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Sourdough Starter IV

Submitted by: Paula 
A sourdough starter that uses the liquid from boiled potatoes to attract wild yeast. 
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Sourdough Starter II

Submitted by: Glenda 
This is a basic sourdough starter: just yeast, flour and water left to ferment for a couple of days. 
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Herman Sourdough Starter

Submitted by: Sue 
This is a recipe for a sweet sourdough starter known as Herman. There are a number of things that can be made from it. It will take 15 days for the starter to mature and be ready to use the first time you make it. 
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Sourdough Starter I

Submitted by: Becky Richardson 
All you need is a few moments every day to stir, and in five days you will have a unique starter enriched with potato flakes. 
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Sourdough Starter - Wheat

Submitted by: ZEPHYRAZURE 
This starter is definitely my favorite active starter in my kitchen. It's working better than my white flour starter and yeast experiment. 
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Sourdough Starter

Submitted by: Esther Nelson 
Make your starter in a glass container and store in the refrigerator after fermentation has occurred. 
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Rye Starter

Submitted by: Jon 
Flour and filtered water is all it takes to make starter that truly is from scratch. This version uses rye flour for its tangy flavor. With a little daily attention, you will soon see the fermentation process in action. 
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Sourdough Bread II

Submitted by: ONIONTWO 
A little forethought is required here, as the starter takes several days to ferment. Once you combine it with flour, yeast and other standard bread ingredients, you 'll get a San Francisco-style sour loaf that will do you proud. 
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Sourdough Rye

Submitted by: JACLYN 
The night before baking, begin with any starter and expand its volume and flavor with rye and bread flours. On baking day, proceed as you would with any bread, mixing and kneading and rising, and then you will have two sour rye loaves to tickle your taste buds. 
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No Commercial Yeast Starter

Submitted by: SUZQ 
It may take a little time, but making a good starter is easy! It is best to use organically grown flour and non-chlorinated water because they contain no chemicals which might kill the wild yeast. 
 
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