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I love this recipe! My sourdough always comes out really yummy (it never lasts...) I don't use any added yeast because my sourdough starter is super active. I float it overnight in a bowl and make it in the morning, it's usually done by and out of the oven by 4 in the afternoon. Thanks for the recipe!!
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If you stretch and pull your sourdough over several hours, instead of kneading it, the gluten should break down quite a bit.
I make various sourdough recipes and when it calls for yeast, I've just added another 1/2 c of starter. I do let it rise longer than stated. - JeannieH9
I rarely add yeast to my sourdough. What I do is add a little more starter instead. - JeannieH9
Hi! I noticed you are wheat free...how did the sourdough work out? My daughter is wheat/gluten sensitive and am looking to try this for her. Thanks for your thoughts! - JenniferG126
I wan to make this without the commercial yeast. Do I need to increase the amount of starter?
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I use Kombucha for my starter
I am new at this and I am wondering if you can freeze the dough and bake some later. I am Gary O
Delicious! Thank you for the recipe. For the 2nd rise, I put my bowl in the oven with the oven light on and it was perfect after 2 hours. I used oatmeal on the bottom of two pyrex bowls, they came out beautifully. The crust is perfect. I also only preheated the bowls for how long it took for my oven to preheat. I figured since it's not cast iron, it didn't need that long to get hot.
I've been making this recipe for about 2 years now and it is my favorite sourdough bread ever. Iv'e made it by following the directions exactly and by tweaking it (or forgetting something) and it is very forgiving and very delicious. If you do not do the hot covered pan step it is still good, just not crusty. This really is the best bread ever and the key to the bread universe.
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