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
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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.
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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
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