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Sourdough Starter

Sourdough Starter

Since sourdough does not use commerical yeast, a starter is needed for it to rise.

A starter is made with fermented flour and water mixture that contains wild yeast and bacteria.

Wild yeast gives more flavor than commerical yeast and it also does not contain any additives. It then helps the sourdough to have a tangy flavor and a somewhat chewy texture.


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