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1) Preheat your oven to 350°F. Lightly grease an 8 1/2" x 4 1/2" or 9" x 5" loaf pan. 2) In a large bowl, beat together the butter and sugar until smooth. Add the vanilla, baking soda, salt, and bananas, beating until well combined.
How to take care of your sourdough starter Congratulations! You've just received a jar of King Arthur Flour's fresh sourdough starter . Your sourdough starter may look a little the worse for wear after its trip to your home.
I recently sent away for some of Carl's sourdough starter after reading about it here. After having it awhile and using it I have a question that i am almost afraid to ask since most topics here relate to starters that won't start...'Carl' has been revived and I have been baking with it. I am keeping 'Carl' at room temp. and am having a heck of a time finding a feed schedule that lasts a full 12 hours. I began with a feeding routine of 10:37:50 = 75% hydration. Ripened well before 12 hours.
Contents: What you will need Background Recipe Troubleshooting Looking after your starter Glossary References What you will need:
If you’re feeling a bit adventurous, you may want to try creating your own sourdough starter from scratch. Baking bread from scratch is satisfying in its own right, but when you’ve also had a hand in the creation of one of the most fundamental components, the leavening agent itself, you’ll feel an even greater satisfaction and connectedness to the process. Are there kids in your house? This little science project is ideally suited to sharing with any children you can convince to join in. Culture their budding scientific minds while creating your own bread culture.