The Sourdough Legacy
In this documentary film, you will discover the story of sourdough and bread, humanity's common heritage, in an incredibly unique setting.
Sourdough starter was the way bread was made since the beginning of making bread. Early humankind found that if a blend of flour and water sat overnight, it formed bubbles. That was bacteria growing, and the end result was a fermenting or leavening agent that created a lighter, tastier bread than others. It had a slightly sour taste, so we have always called it sourdough.
The yeast smell we get while passing by the bakery, the texture of the dough we are eagerly awaiting leavening...
Sourdough, which is shaped by experienced hands and is more hope than a meal, is the harbinger of centuries of mastery.
|English Title||The Sourdough Legacy|
|Original Title||Ekşi maya Mirası|
|Genre||Documentary | Lifestyle | Food|
|Duration||50 Min, 1 Eps|
|Director of Photography||Cihan Köse|
|Visual Effects||Emirhan Yılmaz|
|Camera Assistant||Murat Yılmaz|