|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...
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On Day 1: Soften yeast mixture in 1/4 ... friends. Save remaining starter for yourself. In ... chips (1/2 cup each) may be added to batter before baking.
Dissolve yeast in water. Add ... each cup of starter. Stir and ... from the molds or baking sheet. Place them on racks so that air can circulate freely.
Mix together. Let ... Add to sourdough starter, pour out ... melted. Mix together yeast, 2 cups ... white. Bake at 375 degrees for 15 minutes or until brown.
Mix well, let ... with feedings. Put starter in refrigerator 3-5 ... brush with butter. Let rise 4-5 hours or all day. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 minutes.
In small bowl, soften yeast in water for ... Stir mixture into starter. Return to ... pumpkin, chocolate chips, chopped apples, grated carrot, grated zucchini.
The secret of ... between uses. Your starter will last for ... (starter), put in scalded pint jar and refrigerate for future use. Use for the following recipes.
In a small bowl soften yeast in water for ... and add to starter. Let stand ... the pan comes clean. Cool 10 minutes before turning out on a rack to cool.
Dissolve yeast in 1/2 cup ... cup of the starter to make bread. ... piece, sprinkling with cinnamon-sugar and raisins, if desired and rolling up to rise.
Let yeast dissolve in 1/2 ... part of your starter, mix a ... sizes because sourdough makes wonderful sandwich bread (hoagie rolls, hamburger buns, etc.).
Always use wooden spoon to stir. Feed starter every Monday and ... degrees for 40 to 45 minutes. Remove from oven, brush with butter. Remove from pan. Cool.
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