How to Make a Foolproof Sourdough Starter
Hi Sweet Friends,
Making a Sourdough Starter is easier than you think. The secret is to start with rye flour. You can use freshly ground rye grain for best results. Or, if rye grain isn’t available to you, use rye flour, but make sure it’s fresh and not passed its expiration date.
Now that I have a starter…
Once you get your starter going, you’ll want to make a sponge to make your sourdough bread. At this point, you can use any flour you want to use to make bread—and you will not have any rye taste in your final product.
Watch this YouTube video as I walk you through the step-by-step process of making a foolproof sourdough starter.
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