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Day one of experimenting with wild yeast (Started April 25th). The goal? Making sourdough bread. #wildyeast #baking    *Started w/1/2 c + 1 tbsp of King Arthur flour and 1/2 cup room temp OJ    *Note to self: stir vigorously for one minute, twice a day to properly aerate the mixture

Day one of experimenting with wild yeast (Started April The goal? *Started c + 1 tbsp of King Arthur flour and cup room temp OJ *Note to self: stir vigorously for one minute, twice a day to properly aerate the mixture

Day three of the #wildyeast experiment. Time to feed the beasties.   *Today's feeding: 1 oz (2 tbsp) of OJ & 2 tbsp of flour. Stir vigorously this morning and again before bed. (I'm loosely following this starter recipe by Peter Reinhart - http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/19/dining/19pizzarex5.html?_r=1)

Day three of the #wildyeast experiment. Time to feed the beasties. *Today's feeding: 1 oz (2 tbsp) of OJ & 2 tbsp of flour. Stir vigorously this morning and again before bed. (I'm loosely following this starter recipe by Peter Reinhart - http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/19/dining/19pizzarex5.html?_r=1)

Sourdough fermenting crock/ I love this color. it is like the heart of the sea when the moon has kissed her waters.

Sourdough fermenting crock/ I love this color. it is like the heart of the sea when the moon has kissed her waters.

Day three of making apple vinegar with juicing remnants (started April 22) #wildyeast < Stirring once a day

Day three of making apple vinegar with juicing remnants (started April < Stirring once a day

whole wheat tends to get moldy before the beneficial cultures have a chance to take over

UPDATE : we have a whole (so to speak) new take on making a starter. See our sourdough starter video for a better way to do this. Back in March we showed how to make a sourdough starter with white flour.

How to make yeast from dried fruit and water (I skip the sugar)

bread and original yeast: How to make your original yeast water - interesting!

Where else can you find FRESH sourdough starter – not dried? And what a history this has; it’s descended from a starter that’s been lovingly nurtured for over a century. When you feed it, it quickly becomes your own, adapting itself to your own region and climate. Generations of bakers before you have made wonderful bread with a bit of this same bubbling brew. Join the ranks of satisfied sourdough bakers.      IMPORTANT     Sourdough starter is a living entity; it needs regular feeding. ...

I'm intrigued by 200 + year old starter. Where else can you find FRESH sourdough starter – not dried? And what a history this has; it’s descended from a starter that’s been lovingly nurtured here in New England since the

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