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Local Sourdough Bread made for us by Canadian Eryn Foster!

We were delighted to spend some time recently with Eryn Foster who’s here as part of Oh, Canada. This short video explains her very local art project: YouTube Preview Image

Posted May 24, 2012 by MASS MoCA
Filed under BLOG, Canada, Exhibitions, North Adams
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2 Comments on “Local Sourdough Bread made for us by Canadian Eryn Foster!”

  1. Berkshires Week Says:

    Eryn Foster’s North Adams sourdough is a highlight of “Oh, Canada” (and there are many!) The yeast foraging poster, with its image of intrepid explorers in their wellington boots, fills me with glee, but the community bake oven in the garden, and the community site for bakers to share their adventures, and Eryn’s own walk through the city to gather the yeast to start her starter have a real, solid, warm presence. Thank you.

    My starter is fed, activated, and waiting while I make plans for its first foray … I blogged about it too (http://www.berkshireeagleblogs.com/bytheway/2012/06/11/care-and-feeding-of-sourdough/) and brought it up in my column in the June 14 magazine. My hat’s off to Eryn — and to Denise for this whole show.

  2. Karen Matthews Says:

    My husband said that this sourdough bread is the best we have ever made. It really is exceptional. So far I have used it for bread, rolls, foccacia and bread sticks! If you bake bread, you really have to try this!

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