An Experiment gone awry: Mead lees sourdough bread

In this second part of our mead bread series, we’re showing you how to wash yeast… and make bread. The washed yeast can be used to ferment a second batch of mead or wine. Or, in this case, used to make a sourdough starter. But how does sourdough from mead yeast work out? We’ll make it, bake it, and taste it! Yeast washing is at the beginning of the video, and if you want to skip ahead to the bread results, go to 15:27 to see that!

Spoiler alert:

It wasn’t that good. Stick with our sweet mead bread instead!

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