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Artisan bakers bringing back salt rising bread

It's notoriously finicky. It takes the best part of two days to prepare: First, you prepare the starter, then the sponge, then the dough. Some say that it smells like unwashed feet, or malodorous cheese — and, they say, that's a good thing. But salt rising bread has been around for hundreds of...
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