|by Shane Osborn|
Starters is a reflection of today's approach to eating. Whether at home or in a restaurant, we are increasingly inclined to eat a selection of sta...
11 - 20 of 62 for herman starter
Mix flour, water, ... cup sugar. The starter also should be ... out 1 cup Herman to give to ... rise until double. Bake 25 to 30 minutes at 325 degrees.
Use large glass ... 1 cup of starter give other cup ... 8-DAY 9-STIR-STIR-STIR-STIR DAY 10-"HERMAN" ready to ... c. to feed-DAY 1 1 c. to give to a friend
Stir together all ... place, loosely covered, for one day, then refrigerate and stir every day for 5 more days. On the 10th day, the starter is ready to use.
Mix together the ... 5 days. Now "Herman" can be ... "Herman" on the 10th day using 2 cups of mixture. Save 1 cup for next time and give 1 cup to a friend.
Dissolve yeast in ... temperature 24-48 hours. Herman will bubble up. ... to keep the starter going. (After adding ... removed to make this coffee cake.
Mix flour, water, ... for your own starter, and use ... to bake. But don't wait too long, or you won't be able to get anything else in the refrigerator.
Dissolve 1 package ... use, remove sourdough starter from refrigerator and ... remaining starter with Herman Food and return ... for the following recipes.
In a large ... 2 cups of starter. Use 1 ... a cup of herman. Give the ... cup along to a friend. Don't forget to give your friend the feeding directions.
Pour water into ... (metal objects retard "Herman's" natural growth). ... sugar. Leave the starter in refrigerator, stirring ... temperature when used again.
In large bowl ... 3 days until starter is bubbly and ... cover tightly and freeze. Should be fed immediately after each use. To feed: 1 c. milk 1/2 c. sugar
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