- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Up to 20 Year Shelf-Life | Non-Leavening| Makes 3-4 Loaves
• Long shelf life
Our Saratoga Farms Sourdough Bread Mix will be there for you whether you need it today or in years to come. • Amazing taste that you'll love
Nothing smells better than the aroma of fresh baked sourdough bread straight from the oven and with Saratoga Farms you know it's going to taste great. • Make food storage easy
While it's important to have hard wheat and other flours in your emergency food storage, you also want to be sure you have items that give variety and are easy to make. That's why adding Sourdough Bread Mix to your supply is so important. Saratoga Farms Sourdough Bread Mix is a great item to have at the ready. Not only is it healthy, nutritious, and versatile, but your home will be filled with the aroma that can only come from fresh baked sourdough bread â€“ straight out of your oven. It tastes so good in fact, that chances are it'll never see the end of it's 20 year shelf-life. You better stock up on this one!
Add some pizazz to your soups by creating sourdough bread bowls for your clam chowder, broccoli, chicken noodle soup or any other soup you can think of.
This is a great value for everyday use. While it's important to have a healthy supply of hard wheat and other staples in your food storage, adding several cans of our Sourdough Bread Mix will make your life much easier in those times of need. Forget about grinding wheat to make a few usable cups, we have taken care of that for you! Just mix in some yeast and water, bake for a few minutes and you're done! What could be easier, especially in an emergency? In no time your family will enjoy the familiar taste of sourdough bread that is healthier and tastes better than anything you can find in the store.
NOTE: Will need yeast in this recipe.
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FD0806G Net Weight: 3 lbs 16 oz (1814g) Total Servings: 12 Total Calories: 7080 Shelf Life: 10-20 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.25" x 7" x 6.25" Allergen and Specialty: Vegetarian Food Type: Grains and Flours Packaging: #10 Can Preservation: Dried Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Array: Saratoga Farms Product Series: No Serving Size: 1 Cup dry (156 g)
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & IngredientsINGREDIENTS: Enriched unbleached flour (wheat flour, Niacin, Reduced iron, Thiamine mono-nitrate, Riboflavin, Enzyme, Folic acid), Sugar, Sour enhancer, Non-fat dry milk, Butter (cream, salt, annatto extract), Maltodextrin, Buttermilk, Partially hydrogenated soybean oil, Salt, Sour cream (cultured cream, non-fat dry milk), Di-sodium phosphate, Natural and artificial flavors, Lactic acid, Citric acid, Lecithin.
CONTAINS: Wheat, Milk and Soy.
ALLERGENS: Processed in a facility that also handles tree nuts, wheat, soybean, peanut, egg and milk products.
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