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How To Make Bread Starter from Wild Yeast

Posted 10/28/2013 4:50 pm by


Suppose that you have plenty of wheat flour, but very little yeast. You can stretch the yeast by making a bread starter. This technique is commonly used to make sourdough bread, but you can use a starter for almost any recipe. It doesn’t have to be a sourdough bread.

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