With this failproof starter, the more you bake, the more your starter will develop, and the better your bread will turn out.
BSF Kitchen Test: 04/18/20
Day Three & Day Four
Day Five and After
Today is the first day you will refresh your starter, which you will repeat once a day until it rises up and forms bubbles within 6 to 8 hours. That may happen after a week, or it may take a few days longer. Until you see your starter bubbling in this time frame, your starter is not ready for baking bread. Storing the starter in a clear glass container can help you observe the progress better. Until your starter is strong, you will only use a small piece to refresh from Day Five onward (just 2 teaspoons or 10 g) and discard the rest. The more you bake, the more your starter will develop, and the better your bread will turn out.
REFRESHING YOUR STARTER (Baking 3 loaves p/week)
If you need a larger batch of starter for more baking, you can double the recipe for refreshing and follow the same instructions.
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