You won’t believe (or want to know) what’s in this Thanksgiving recipe for sourdough bread

You won’t believe (or want to know) what’s in this Thanksgiving recipe for sourdough bread

There’s an old joke involving a hairy cook that ends with punchline “You ought to see how he makes his donuts.” That joke is a little too off-color to retell in polite company. Ditto for an article by Caitlin Abber at “Women’s Health” magazine. …..

But we’re not here to talk about writing. We’re here to talk about recipes, and this one — by feminist blogger Zoe Stavri — appears to be equal parts baking and stress management.

While suffering with a serious yeast infection, writes Abber, Stavri wondered whether she could “turn her discomfort into delicious baked goods.”

Waking up on Saturday with the familiar itchy burny fanny, I giggled to myself, ‘Maybe I could make bread with that,’ Zoe writes on her blog, Another Angry Woman. And that ticked into, ‘Well, I’ve always wanted to try making my own sourdough anyway. … [W]ould that even work?’ And then I got curious, and the next thing that happened was I was scraping white goop off of a dildo into a bowl of flour mixed with water.

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