How to Make Chunky Apple-Honey Sourdough Bread With Your Discard
This bread is easy and good. It's soft, only a little sweet, and full of juicy apple chunks. The bread has a soft, light crust, and it's more like an old-fashioned loaf of your grandmother's bread than an artisan loaf with a tooth-shattering crust and a picture of an apple carved on top. This bread also keeps well, unlike many "artisan" loaves that must be eaten within a day or they become hockey-puck hard. From the preceding comments, you can tell that I'm not a fan of expensive, fou fou, "artisan" breads! For Chunky Apple-Honey Sourdough Bread, you can use Granny Smith apples if you like apples on the tart side, but any apples will do. I like the apple bread for breakfast, but it's also great for a nutritious snack with a piece of cheese--cheddar goes well with the bread--or with dinner. The bread has no spices in it, so you get the pure taste of the apples and honey. Try the bread warm with a little butter for a "comfort" treat. Enjoy!