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Friday, January 15, 2010

Reconstituting Sourdough Flakes (or Dried Sourdough Starter)

Take about 2 tablespoons of your dried sourdough starter. Add enough water to make a paste. To your paste, add 1 cup each of water & flour. Mix well. After 24 hours, check to see if your starter is living yet. This would be in the form of many bubbles on the surface. If there are no bubbles, or not many yet, give it a stir and allow to sit for another 24 hours. Once you have revived your starter, feed as you would normal sourdough starter.

1 comment:

Brandy said...

Thanks for posting about this, Michaela! I had *no clue* you could dry your sourdough starter like this. I have some starter that just got done a couple days ago. Havne't done anything with it yet ... but I'm gonna get some bread started so it can rise overnight ... and while I'm at it, I'll put some on a cookie sheet to dry too. :-D