How to Store Sourdough Starter: Tips for Keeping for a Long Time

When you need a little break from baking, you’ll need to remember that you’re in possession of an active starter,. And in order to temporarily place these live bacteria on snooze, your sourdough starter will have to acquire the best storage method to remain alive. Long term storage in a plastic container at room temperature…

How Soon After Feeding Sourdough Starter Can I Use it (Simple Guide)

There are a variety of ways to feed, maintain and use your sourdough starter. An active starter is known to produce the perfect rise when baking sourdough bread. Once the sourdough starter rises, that’s when we should question when it is the right time to use our starter in your bread recipe. As you know,…

How Long Does Sourdough Starter Last? (The Secret is in the Fridge)

Maintaining a sourdough starter through times where you don’t plan to bake, can be quite unnecessary and a waste of flour. Learning how to store sourdough starter properly can further assist your future plans of sourdough baking in no time, without having to commit to baking every single day. There are a few ways to…

Liquid on Top of Sourdough Starter – Should I Restart My Starter

During the process of feeding your sourdough starter, you may have noticed a little liquid collecting along with your starter. This is called hooch, and this normally occurs once your starter has consumed all of its available food. It may seem like the flour and water have dispersed. However this liquid is actually quite normal.…

How to Make the Best Sourdough Starter Consistency for Perfect Bread Each Time

Leaving your starter to fend for itself during the first few days might not always be the smartest of ideas. We get it, a sourdough starter needs its alone time, but that does not eliminate its need to be checked on every now and then. A common problem many bakers find themselves facing is an…