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Sourdough Starter


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Ingredients

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Sourdough Starter

  • 100-200 g Sourdough starter, (start without starter if you don't already have it)
  • 160 g rye flour, (or Bakers Flour)
  • 260 g Non-chlorinated water, (cooled water from the kettle)
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Recipe's preparation

    Sourdough Starter
  1. Add all ingredients to the TM bowl

  2. Mix on speed 5 for 5 seconds

  3. Warm starter for 5 minutes, 37 degrees, speed 4.

  4. Pour warmed starter into a clean 1 Litre tall jar with straight sides. Cover with cling wrap with a few holes in the top.

  5. Keep the starter in a warm place until active 6-12 hours). It shoul begin to bubble & double its size.

  6. Feed the starter (start this process again) twice daily to keep it active.

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Tip

If you are beginning with no starter, mix flour & water according to instructions.  Continue the process (from the start of the recipe) twice daily; until starter begins to ferment. It should begin to double it's size with bubbles between feeds after 10-14 days.


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  • Amdgav wrote:...

    Submitted by katlovesthelma on 13. January 2017 - 17:29.

    Amdgav wrote:

    Hi,

    i have starter going, I started from scratch and its growing and bubbling just a few questions.

    each time you "feed" repeating the above instructions when it's cooked do you add it back to the same starter in jar or do you remove that left over starter after you take the 100-200gms out and just use the new cooked batch?

    ive been adding it all back in which is working but not sure if that's the correct process!

    also when is your starter considered ready to use? How many days of feeding does it need?

    Mines at day 3 and is already thick and bubbly?


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  • These instructions are really

    Submitted by Mrswilly on 24. June 2016 - 09:55.

    These instructions are really unclear - its titled sourdough starter then the ingrediants say you need starter!!!

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  • Day 1 and now day 3 Growth?

    Submitted by Amdgav on 15. September 2015 - 12:28.

    Day 1 and now day 3

    Growth? Growth?

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  • Hi, i have starter going, I

    Submitted by Amdgav on 15. September 2015 - 12:25.

    Hi,

    i have starter going, I started from scratch and its growing and bubbling just a few questions.

    each time you "feed" repeating the above instructions when it's cooked do you add it back to the same starter in jar or do you remove that left over starter after you take the 100-200gms out and just use the new cooked batch?

    ive been adding it all back in which is working but not sure if that's the correct process!

    also when is your starter considered ready to use? How many days of feeding does it need? 

    Mines at day 3 and is already thick and bubbly?

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