Pallant Eric

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Pallant Eric

Eric Pallant is a serious amateur baker, a two-time Fulbright Scholar, award-winning professor, and the Christine Scott Nelson Endowed Professor of Environmental Science and Sustainability at Allegheny College. He is acknowledged for his skill in weaving research narratives into compelling stories for Ted-like talks (Grisham Lecture Series, London), bread symposia, podcasts, and articles for magazines such asGastronomica,Sierra, andScience. More information on Pallant and his sourdough cultures, including a map of bakers around the world using Cripple Creek sourdough, can be foundon his website. He lives in Meadville, Pennsylvania, with his wife, a cat he did not expect, and three active sourdough starters.

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Sourdough Culture

A History of Bread Making from Ancient to Modern Bakers
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Sourdough bread fueled the labor that built the Egyptian pyramids. The Roman Empire distributed free sourdough loaves to its citizens to maintain political stability.

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