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Converting bread recipes from commercial yeast to sourdough (wild yeast)

20 March 2010
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Converting bread recipes from commercial yeast to sourdough (wild yeast)

After much research, I learned that a good amount of sourdough starter is about 10 to 20% of the flour weight in fermented flour. ... I like easy math. :) Let's say you use this recipe to make bread: 1000 grams flour (about 10 cups, depending on how you...
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I'm a Canadian expat currently living in Singapore. I'm married to a Sri Lankan and lived in Sri Lanka for nearly a decade. We also lived in New Zealand for half a year.

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