*In place of raw whole milk you can use; homemade nut or seed milk, coconut milk, or fermented dairy.
**Gluten-free? I encourage you to give this a try. You may want to add a couple teaspoons or so of ground flax or chia seeds to the original batter — to help it hold together.
***No sourdough starter? Make it a soaked recipe eliminating the starter and using 1 cup flour and 2/3 cup liquid that is either fermented or spiked with a couple tablespoons lemon juice or whey.
For a delicious soaked, gluten-free and dairy-free version, use 2 tablespoons lemon juice plus coconut milk to make 2/3 cup liquid, coconut oil, and your favorite gluten-free flour blend plus 2 teaspoons ground chia or flax seed. Soak the liquid, flour, and ground seeds for 6 to 8 hours. When you are ready to bake, sweeten the batter and fruit with as little or much sweetener as you like, add a bit of your favorite spice, and follow directions as written below. Oh my! Absolutely delicious. It's guaranteed to bring smiles and requests for second helpings!
Don't feel like heating up your kitchen on a hot summer day? Out camping and want to end your day with an extra special treat? Give the grill or the fire pit a try! Cobblers are taken to a new level of enjoyment when savored along with the beauty of the great outdoors. Cast iron cookware can be used in either place. You may need to play around with the temperature and the time depending on the heat of your fire and the hotness of your grill, but this cobbler is guaranteed to add a bit of sweet memory to your backyard or camping summertime fun!
Sourdough Fruit Cobbler https://traditionalcookingschool.com/food-preparation/recipes/sourdough-cobbler/