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How To Revive Frozen Sourdough Starter?

FROM somebody Feed Seb

TOPIC: SOURDOUGH

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Understanding how to revive frozen sourdough starter can be the key to preserving its robust flavour profiles and maintaining its microbial diversity, ensuring a thriving and active culture for your baking endeavours.

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BASIC RULES: 1. Freeze active and bubbly starter in portions and protect it from freezer burn 2. Thaw the starter and feed it for at least 3 times to start seeing proper activity again  3. Keep your starter in a warm spot between 24°C and 28°C (75°F and 82°F)

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TIP 1: Use lukewarm water for feeding your starter to help the process along

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TIP 2: Watch your starter for any signs of spoilage, like mould growth, unpleasant musty aroma or discolouration.

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TIP 3: Use sourdough discard you'll create in multiple feeds to make delicious treats

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