What makes Boudin Sourdough French Bread special?

Boudin’s famous San Francisco Sourdough French Bread originated in 1849, in a tiny, old-world bakery on Dupont Street. There, a French immigrant named Isidore Boudin first kneaded a hearty dough, fermented with wild yeast and then formed it into the shape of a traditional French loaf. Our Sourdough French Bread is still made with flour, salt, & water and a portion of the original mother dough that dates back to the first loaf.