To be honest, we struggled over whether to name our cereal "Sourdough" or not. The name could imply, sour, crunchy cereal and who in their right mind wants that?
If only I could share a bite with each and every one of you who visits this site. Then you would taste and experience that not only is the sourdough cereal not sour, it is crunchy, somewhat sweet, flavorful, and wonderfully satisfying.
So why keep the name sourdough, fearful of what it may imply? Well, because all of the benefits that the name "Sourdough" implies are just too great to let a little fear keep us away.
- Easier digestion of grains (especially beneficial to those with possible gluten sensitivities.
- The bacteria found in sourdough is actually beneficial to your body instead of taxing it.
- The sugars in sourdough breads assimilate into your body at a slower rate than commercially prepared grains
- The fermentation process of the wheat actually increases mineral bio-availability.
It is for these reasons above, among many other, that we are committed to making sourdough cereal for our family, as well as making it available to others.
If you are interested in learning a bit more about sourdough, here is a link to a basic primer.
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A Little Bit About Me
Once a big city dweller, now out in the hills and hollows of middle Tennessee. A child of the sovereign God, a wife to my best friend and incredibly loving man of God, and a humble servant to the Lord being given five of His children to raise, nurture, teach, love, and care for. Besides the Lord, my husband, and family, my loves are a good book, a good meal with friends, Sunday church and fellowship, and writing.