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Shared knowledge: Readers tell us what they are trying in the kitchen

Share, sharing, shared: a noun, verb and adjective. Let’s focus on sharing as a verb. One dictionary defined sharing as “using or enjoying something jointly with others.” And it is this definition that illustrates what this article brings to our readers.

Some time ago we requested that readers share some of the recipes they were making to keep their families eating well during these difficult times, and if possible, to include a picture. The following are the responses. To each respondent we say “thank you.” We appreciate the support and sharing. Our readers are the truly lucky recipients.

“Your abundance is not measured by what you have; it is created by what you share,” said Heidi Catherine Culbertson, author of “Wisdom and Recipes.”

SAN FRANCISCO SOURDOUGH BREADMary Whitley

Starter1 c. all-purpose flour2 tsp. sugar1 c. waterLoaf1 oz. fresh yeast or 1 Tbs. dried yeast1½ c. warm water6 c. flour2 tsp. salt2 tsp. sugar½ tsp. baking sodaTo make the starter, place the flo...

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