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Re: Fred Bread - The acid test

Farinam, did you ever try the pH soil test?  I realise this is an old post, however I decided to share my results...  last year I had problems with leuconostoc bacteria. After growing a new culture I decided I wanted to be able to innoculate or revive my culture if it happened again (I keep a backup also).  I garden and hence had the soil pH test available to use. The slide photo shows my results.  And then I did a lemon feed comparison to see if there were any added benefits to crumb, crust, spring or flavor.  I was happy with both the lemoned and the norm.  It's nice to be able to "tip the (pH) scale" in favor of my lovely culture.  Hope this helps?