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1. Creating a Sourdough Sponge
A sourdough starter that has been fed water and flour and risen to its peak volume is referred to as a sourdough "sponge". This "sponge" is the state a starter is in when it is added to a bread recipe.
When a starter is at its full...
2. Rehydrating a Sourdough Starter
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 13:44:31
If your dehydrated starter is a culture derived from the ancient bakery found in the shadows of the pyramids in Egypt, or is a sourdough starter cultivated over a hundred years ago in San Francisco or the Yukon, or was given to you by friend or family, you'll have to change it from dry form to so...
3. Granny Gibbons Kitchen
food-and-cooking - Wed, 13 Nov 2013 14:59:45
My dear husband Poppy used conventional construction methods to built a guest house on our property on Timber Ridge in Unger, West Virginia. We presently are living in the guest house until we begin the cordwood log house.
The guest house is built on a concrete slab with radiant floor heating. W...
4. Feeding a Sourdough Starter
food-and-cooking - Fri, 21 Dec 2012 12:18:25
Even if you don't have time to bake with your starter, you should still feed it. Here is how to feed your starter and put it back to sleep in the ice box. You could also consider dehydrating your starter if you seldom bake. Dehydrating is an easy way to share your starter with friends and family....
5. Dehydrating a Sourdough Starter
food-and-cooking - Fri, 21 Dec 2012 12:16:12
Having a sourdough starter doesn't mean you have to bake every week (but wouldn't it be wonderful if you could?). In such cases, feeding a starter weekly is just wasteful. So whether you seldom bake or are going on vacation and can't tend to a starter on a regular schedule, then dehydrating is fo...
food-and-cooking - Fri, 21 Dec 2012 12:13:19
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