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Humble Beginnings

I bake bread. I've mentioned it a few times; in fact, I have two recipes up on the blog, one for white and one for a whole wheat loaf. Both are no-knead recipes, both are dead easy, so there are no excuses for not baking bread at home. I am currently testing different iterations of those recipes so that they are fail-proof with a sourdough starter. But I am not here to babble about my love of bread today (that post for white bread, it's practically a novel on my love of bread...) I am not even going to try to convince you to start a sourdough culture, but I am going to address those of you who have a starter. If you do not have a sourdough starter, do stick around though, you get an alternative recipe as well!

In this post, I would like to address the elephant in the room: all that starter that gets 'thrown away'. If you have a sourdough starter, or have read up on it, you will know that most recipes call for discarding half the starter before each feeding. It always …

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