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Real San Francisco Sourdough Sour Flour bakes classic San Francisco sourdough bread, bagels, and pretzels out of La Victoria Bakery in the Mission. We deliver fresh bread every morning around the Bay Area and hold classes and workshops. We strive to nourish our community, teach the art and science of bread baking, and empower bakers […]

Sour Flour in the News

Sour Flour was recently featured on ABC7’s Friday Free Stuff: Sour Flour has been written about by others here: Food Groups – New York Times A Thousand Loaves is Just The Beginning – Mission Local Free Bagel Monday for a Bagel-Starved Mission – Mission Local S.F. Rising: Bagels from Sour Flour – SF Weekly Rolling […]

About Us

Sour Flour: The Story of Proud Bread Makers from Alejandra Bayardo on Vimeo.   History Sour Flour was founded in 2008 by Danny Gabriner when, through home experimentation with sour dough baking, he decided to start a bakery with a twist. The first 1000 loaves would be free and would be given away to neighbors, […]

Bagel Monday Weekly Review, 12/20/2010

: Made 30 bagels with Type 85 flour at 54% hydration and 65X expansion : Bagels were a bit overfermented, but sat unprotected in hot oven room overnight : Shaping happened in the morning, with a 1.5 hour proof. Crust was too thick and some bagels came apart – We must make sure to have […]

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Training Bakers

What is it that Sour Flour actually does? When I started Sour Flour, the idea was that I was going to learn as much as possible about baking bread, and that would be the business. To make sure a business could be viable, I ran some numbers and came up with the fact that if […]

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