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Sourdough Starter Recipe

Sourdough Starter Recipe

February 20th, 2012  | Category: Bread


Now that the sourdough starter recipe is finalized, I can conquer all the sourdough bread recipes I've been dreaming about for years. The first on the list is Tartine Bakery's Basic Country Bread. Before I share that adventure (and what an adventure it was), I wanted to summarize the sourdough starter recipe in a single post and answer a very important question every beginner will eventually ask: How do ...

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Sourdough Starter – Day 9

Sourdough Starter – Day 9

February 01st, 2012  | Category: Bread


The sourdough starter is ready at last! Remember how it rose yesterday? Looks like it rose almost twice as much after the last feeding. The napkin on top kept it from overflowing... Almost. A teaspoon of it has found its way, but the rest is fine.

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Sourdough Starter – Day 8

Sourdough Starter – Day 8

January 30th, 2012  | Category: Bread


Look at that! Very exciting. There's quite a significant rise today. The sourdough starter rose by approximately an inch and a half. If I get a similar result tomorrow, I'll bake my first sourdough bread.

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Sourdough Starter – Day 7

Sourdough Starter – Day 7

January 29th, 2012  | Category: Bread


Yet another uneventful day. The sourdough starter looks pretty much the same as yesterday. The starter has to ferment predictably (rising and falling after each feeding) before preparing the leaven. Needless to say, this much of rise is not enough.

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Sourdough Starter – Day 6

Sourdough Starter – Day 6

January 28th, 2012  | Category: Bread


You might remember from yesterday's post... The sourdough starter rose by approximately quarter of an inch after the feeding. Looking at it today, I see that it didn't rise much after that. The crust is a bit darker and drier. I peel the crust and it's bubbly underneath. The stinky cheese smell is almost gone. It started smelling like fresh milk.

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