I love adding seeds to my sourdough. A handful thrown in to your loaf adds not just texture and flavour but delivers significant health benefits too. I particularly love sunflower seeds; they are sweet and nutty and an excellent source of essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, and contain high levels of amino acids such as tryptophan...
I have also been wanting to use some beautiful golden Italian Burrito flour for a while now; it has a creamy texture and the crumb is moist. It is milled by Mulino Marino, which is produced by the Mulino family in the Piedmont region of Italy. It’s an organic flour and they use ancient milling techniques and mill stones that have been passed through generations of the family...
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