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sourdough: take 2

I made a loverly  loaf of ‘sourdough’ bread, and by the way it disappeared I assume it tasted decently  – but it wasn’t sour enough to suit me.

I need the tang. I need it.

So, I’m trying again, this time working with the process and recipe that Stephanie at A Modern Christian Woman  followed when she made sourdough. Hers was actually *sour*. I like it. I have great expectations.

And get this, one of her readers actually named her starter and keeps track of each one as if they were part of a family tree (“…my starter now is Betty, she came from Bob, my last starter…”)

Am I the only one that thinks this is *THE* party to join?

Here’s the question that weighs on my mind – what should I name *our* starter?

*Spider

*Smitty

*Sourly

It has to be something fun to say in public. I want to be able to be in line at the grocery store and say, “I wish this line would hurry up – I have to go home and feed —!”

Any suggestions? Throw them in – I am in desperate need, I can’t have a nameless starter living on the counter, now can I?

Adios-

Andi

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2 thoughts on “sourdough: take 2

  1. oh boy, that is a question to ponder. i sometimes refer to mine as my baby, as it feels that way after feeding it every four hours for a day, but i’ve never given them names. hmm…

    • Hmmmm… I think I may end up needing to try your recipe – you are the first person I’ve heard mention feeding it every four hours and I’m terribly intrigued…

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