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Dosas, Injira and other Fermented Flat Breads

seefox | Feb 19, 201611:08 AM    

Hey, I am moving off of a from-scratch tortilla obsession and starting up with dosas. I've made a version of Injira for a long time (basically sourdough with teff flour, though I don't claim mine comes out like the restaurant stuff!) and I realize that dosas appear to be basically sourdough with beans and rice. So before I plunge in too far on this, any other chowhounders have some practical advice?

I try to avoid buying too much kitchen equipment, so would like not to buy a wet grinder ....

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