Jack Jenkins, owner and founder of Country Living Grain Mills, makes whole grain sour dough pitas for lunch. The wood-fired brick oven gets up to 750 degrees and these little bread pockets puff up in no time!
Read more: Baking with Jack Jenkins, Country Living Grain Mills
When most people are asked about the “Local Food Economy,” they talk about local farmers, food hubs and CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture). It’s not often that they think of a small manufacturer. Jack Jenkins, manufacturer and marketer of Country Living Grain Mills, is a unique member of one of Washington’s local food economies.
Read more: One Small Company’s Local Food Economy
For those of us who don’t have a lovely brick oven in the backyard, we can still make wonderful bread in our own ovens. And it’s “no-knead” so it’s easy! Many thanks to Jack Jenkins for this recipe!
Read more: No-Knead Wild Yeast Whole Wheat Bread
We need your help to stay online and on the road.
Here are some of the things you can do:
Make a donation – mail it or click on the Donate button below. Take out a banner or newsletter ad, or recommend someone you know do it. Underwrite our coverage of an event, a
Read more: Donate
Jack Jenkin’s secret for wild yeast levain (pronounced le-van, like the vehicle, with the accent on the last syllable).
Read more: Stalking the Wild Yeast – Making Your Own Levain