Basic Sourdough recipe

Basic Sourdough

Scottsdale, United States

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Country of origin United States

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Basic Sourdough

Since 2017

I have been baking bread for years but never had the time to focus on learning and maintaining a sourdough starter. I have played with them in the past but never seriously.

Characteristics

A simple sourdough starter of 77 degree F unchlorinated spring water (96 grams), unbleached all purpose flour (57 grams), whole rye flour (57 grams) and molasses (4 grams). It take one week to develop. Recipe from Richard Miscovich.

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Recipe

Starting ingredients

Feeding ingredients

1
Feed daily. Stir starter well. Take 100 grams starter and mix with 100 grams all-purpose flour and 77 degree water until smooth. Wait 6 to 8 hours after feeding to use in bread dough.

Working method

1
Mix 77 degree F unclorinated spring water (96 grams), with 57 grams of whole rye flour, 57 grams of unbleached all-purpose flour, and 4 grams of molasses in a nonrecative container. Cover with plastic and leave at room temperature (77 degrees F) for 24 hours.
2
Day 2 - Mix together 96 grams of 77 degree F water, 108 grams of day 1 starter, 57 grams of rye flour, and 57 grams of all-purpose flour. Toss remaining day 1 starter.
3
Day 3 - 7. Every 12 hours mix 159 grams of previous day's starter, 140 grams 77 degree F water and 167 grams all purpose flour. Starter should be ready on day 7. Toss remaining starter.

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