It’s no secret that a lot of chefs give their pre-fermented sourdough a name as the dough often becomes part of the furniture in the kitchen, a constant presence in their lives!
Therefore, we asked you guys to tell us what you call your sourdough and we’ve picked out some of the best to share.
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The 2016 US Open was certainly a memorable one for British Tennis, with eight players competing in the main draw, three men reaching the third round in New York for the first time since 1968 and three of the country’s finest progressing to the last 16 of a major for the first time since 1985 (Australian Open).
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Doping in sport, particularly in tennis, is back in the spotlight once more following Maria Sharapova’s announcement that she had been found guilty of doping at this year’s Australian Open. The implications of this announcement at the highest level (the ATP and WTA Tours) is massive, but we should also be concerned about the impact doping has at grassroots level. As cases of doping continue to surface, not just in tennis, but in football, cycling and other sports as well, it should be acknowledged that prevention is better than cure and that the best way to tackle these issues which tarnish professional sport is to educate aspiring athletes at an early age.
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