At the moment I have been maintaining 180mg of 100% hydration starter in my fridge and baking a bread at a time a couple times a week using a Levain ... read more →
I started a gluten free sourdough starter a week ago. The flours I used were a mix of millet, maize, chick pea, some rice protein powder (to give it some o... read more →
I have gotten into using two different starters when baking, because each brings different qualities. Initially I used a starter with a long his... read more →
Hello. Post number 2 for me - I posted on a general forum first but this forum is obviously more appropriate.I'm on my first starter. I am keeping it... read more →
I have read hundreds of pages on here in recent days but I'm kind of confused now so I thought I would post. So I started a "mother" follow... read more →
Hi everyone,I have found (as probably most of you have too) that discarding a half of the starter when feeding is really necessary for building-up&nbs... read more →
Two nights ago I pulled my starter out of the fridge to see if it was worth using. It had been about 6 months since my last bake, and other than a little g... read more →
Well, I finally have put this slab duplex to good use. Apparently the musty smell leads to REALLY good sourdough!!!! Read more read more →
I have a white sourdough starter that was fed a constant supply of Anchor Lighthouse bread flour (Australian) and it was very active. As that flour was onl... read more →
We have an international bulk food store near us and I've started using some different grains to feed my starter each time I do a "rebuild" after... read more →
I got lazy and didn't feed my starter for about 4 weeks. It developed hooch of course, and there is a layer of dark dough on top. I am wondering if t... read more →
Because my old spelt/kamut sourdough starter keeps producing bread that is still too sour for our liking, I thought I'll experiment and try making a ... read more →
Hi all, My wholewheat starter is already 19 days old. It can double its size after feeding and has fair bubbles under the surface. However, it doesn't... read more →
New to the forum. I recently came across a book in a used book store titled "Alaske Sourdough" by Ruth Allman. Interesting book with a bunc... read more →
I've been sourdough baking for a few weeks now and have already gotten a bit experimental. I divided my starter into two jars and to one I added some... read more →
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