Life Lessons from a Homemade Sourdough Starter

Teachings in Happiness With the One & Only Sourdough Recipe Judith Stoletzky
. realm but also in the emotional one, giving bread produces an extremely
advantageous relationship between expenditure and income. The glow in the
eyes of ...

Author: Judith Stoletzky

Publisher: Tiller Press

ISBN: 1982169826

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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Heal the senses and start stress baking with the only bread recipe you need to help you live a happier, carefree life! Who doesn’t love sourdough bread? And bread making is more than just a hobby. Baking sourdough can change your worldview and fine-tune your values, making you patient, caring, and reliable. It will ground the flighty and soothe the restless. There is no simpler recipe to achieving happiness. Now you can enjoy the benefits of sourdough baking right in the comfort of your own home while learning life lessons you can carry with you out of the kitchen. Life Lessons from a Homemade Sourdough Starter not only teaches you how to make delicious bread, but also helps your heart to grow like a happy sourdough starter!

Sourdough Bread

That's the thing about sourdough: even "foolproof" recipes will sometimes produce bread that is misshapen or plain ugly. But it will still taste better, and last longer than almost anything you can buy.

Author: Stuart Bonner

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It is surprisingly easy to bring new life into the world. Put a few tablespoons of organic flour (rye if you can get it) in a jam jar. Stir in enough warm water to make a thickish paste, cover with kitchen towel and put it somewhere away from radiators and other heat sources. Leave the mixture for up to a week, stirring occasionally if you can be bothered. If a boozy-smelling liquid forms on top, swizzle it back in. (If nothing has happened by the seventh day, chuck the lot and start again.) Eventually, little bubbles will form throughout. Congratulations! You have mastered the secret of creation. Put another way, you have made sourdough starter. Your flour and water have been colonised by wild yeast, which is now eating, breeding and producing carbon dioxide. Once upon a time, this was what bakers used to make almost all of their bread rise, and it is still essential if you like your loaves to be full of flavour and interestingly shaped holes. That's the thing about sourdough: even "foolproof" recipes will sometimes produce bread that is misshapen or plain ugly. But it will still taste better, and last longer than almost anything you can buy.

Bread

SOURDOUGH STARTER Social media is full of gorgeous photos of sourdough
bread featuring a shatteringly crisp crust and a tender, airy interior. Here's where
they all began—with an easy-to- make starter that you feed and grow over 2 ...

Author: Adams Media

Publisher: Adams Media

ISBN: 150721555X

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

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Learn to make fresh, delicious bread right at home with these 100 simple and easy recipes you knead to know! Bread making can help you feel calmer, more in control, and more accomplished—not to mention you’ll have delicious, warm bread to enjoy! Your stomach and your taste buds will be overjoyed with the freshly baked treats you’ll create, and Bread is here to show you how. In Bread, you will find 100 recipes for any level of bread making including both sweet and savory treats for you to craft. You will find tips and tricks to make both classic and unique recipes from buttermilk potato bread to Tuscan white hearth bread and cinnamon raisin braids to Italian ciabatta. Perfect for any carb lover, this book is essential to making all your favorite breads right at home!

Baking Sourdough Bread

sourdough culture tends to deteriorate. When making a sourdough starter for the
first time, put the jar with the flour and water mixture in the oven; just turn on the
oven light— no heat. This will slow the growth process down and will maintain a ...

Author: Göran Söderin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1628738367

Category: Cooking

Page: 96

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Sourdough is magic. It’s healthy, it’s tasty, and it’s alive. But that doesn’t mean you have to be a magician to craft beautiful, tasty loaves from it. Baking sourdough bread is an art for everyone. Baking Sourdough Bread is the cookbook and guide into the delicious, healthy world of sourdough. Baking with sourdough isn’t difficult; the biggest challenge is patience! But take it easy, and your taste buds will be rewarded with a crispy crust and rich, full flavor. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to know a few tricks when mastering the art, and this book offers plenty. Learn to make a sourdough starter, and keep the leaven active with regular feeding. Try different flours and unique ingredients; did you know you can make delectable bread with apples and raisins, for example? The book contains recipes for classics like levain and Old English wheat-and-sourdough, unique twists like carrot bread and hazelnut, and sweet breads such as the German gugelhupf, among many others. But it’s not just the recipes that make the book a treat. It’s the creativity it cultivates. The book is a starter—and not just for sourdough.

Sourdough Starter

Learning how to make this bread, and how to create something that is your own masterpiece can take some time, but with the sourdough bread starter that we have in this guidebook, and some of the tasty recipes that you can choose from, it ...

Author: Elizabeth May

Publisher: Creek Ridge Publishing

ISBN: 9780648866657

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Page: 82

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Sourdough bread is completely unique, and there isn't anything quite like it out there. Learning how to make this bread, and how to create something that is your own masterpiece can take some time, but with the sourdough bread starter that we have in this guidebook, and some of the tasty recipes that you can choose from, it won't take long to make this a reality. When you are ready to learn more about making your own sourdough bread, this guidebook will get you started!

Easy Breadmaking for Special Diets Third Edition

What is sourdough? It is yeast bread that is leavened by a sourdough starter or
culture. The culture contains wild yeast, which produces gas and causes the
bread to rise, and bacteria of the genus Lactobacillus that give the bread a sour
flavor.

Author: Nicolette M. Dumke

Publisher: Allergy Adapt, Inc.

ISBN: 1887624201

Category: Cooking

Page: 238

View: 175

Has a gluten-free, food allergy, or other special diet made you give up your favorite breads, snacks, and desserts? Now you can have them again and make them quickly and easily by using a bread machine or other appliances. Easy Breadmaking for Special Diets contains over 235 recipes for allergy, gluten-free, heart healthy, low fat, low sodium, yeast-free, diabetic, and controlled carbohydrate weight loss diets. Put zest back in your diet - and life - with recipes for your favorite foods, complete with nutritional analyses and diabetic exchanges. Imagine having breads of all kinds including sweet breads and sourdough, rolls and buns, coffee cakes, cinnamon rolls, heart-healthy baked doughnuts, sweet treats of many other kinds (all sweetened without sugar), and main dishes such as pizza and Mexican foods. Use your bread machine, food processor, mixer, or tortilla maker to make the bread YOU need quickly and easily.

Field Stream

This bread has long been linked to frontier life, yet it makes for a tasty addition to
any modern meal Mastering Sourdough The process for making sourdough
bread breaks down into three parts. First, you have to make the starter, which is ...

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Sourdough Starter Journal for Beginners

Try your hand at sourdough with this journal that starts you off on the fermenting journey of making sourdough.

Author: Felicia Gonzalez Press

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Page: 72

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Try your hand at sourdough with this journal that starts you off on the fermenting journey of making sourdough. Track your progress and record observations about how your new sourdough friend becomes one of the greatest cooking companions! Has a great way to track your sourdough's first few days. Description: 72 pages Basic Starter Recipe, Discard Idea Checklist, Flour Checklist, Blank tracking pages, and daily beginners tracking. Matte Cover

Starter Sourdough

If you've been having these or similar concerns or questions, then this cookbook is here for you. From the basics of Sourdough Starter to how you can use it to make nearly anything, this book has everything you need.

Author: Helen Amato

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Page: 124

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Have you recently come across the concept of using sourdough starter and instantly got hooked to the idea but don't know what to do to make your very own sourdough starter or even use it to make all manner of chewy and delicious breads, bagels, muffins, crackers, waffles and more? Have you been dreaming of making your own breads, pancakes, cookies, buns, donuts and many more with Sourdough? If you've answered YES, keep reading.... You Are About To Discover How To Leverage The Power Of Sourdough Starter To Make Tasty, Delicious Cakes, Bagels, Cookies, Buns, Donuts, Pancakes, Breads, Crackers, Waffles And More! While it has been with us for ages, it's only recently that most people have started to truly appreciate the value of Sourdough. It's not only the foundation of the tastiest breads and other baked goods, but a very potent source of healthy naturally occurring bacteria, vitamins, fiber, minerals and great phytate levels which mean more nutrition, better digestion, healthier blood sugar, healthier gut and a more balanced body system. Unfortunately, for someone who has never used it before, it can feel difficult and overwhelming to use. It's not uncommon to hear people saying that Sourdough Starters tend to die easily or can get ruined if their handlers aren't super careful, just to say the least. Is that why you are here? Have you been asking yourself how you can handle this amazing product to reap its amazing benefits? Perhaps what it means and how it works as well? Have you been wondering how you can use it to prepare different foods? Or maybe how to get started as someone who's completely new to it? If you've been having these or similar concerns or questions, then this cookbook is here for you. From the basics of Sourdough Starter to how you can use it to make nearly anything, this book has everything you need. Here's a tiny bit of what you'll learn from it: An overview of Sourdough Starter, including what it is and its special features How to deal with Sourdough discard and take advantage of Sourdough hydration to have the perfect bread texture How to make breads and pancakes using water-based starter and milk-based starter How to use the Sourdough Starter to make rolls, pizzas, discard crackers, bagels, muffins, breads, waffles and many more How to use 100% hydration Sourdough Starter to make cakes, cookies, crepes, breads, buns, donuts, pasta, biscuits and others ...And so much more! It doesn't matter what you've heard about Sourdough Starter before... or the mistakes you've made using it so far. It doesn't matter how experienced you are in baking or how conversant you are with the science of wheat, yeast and other components of dough. This simple, beginners' book will make everything seem so easy to you and have you making your first set of healthy Sourdough breads in no time! All you need to do to get started is to grab your own copy today! Scroll up and click Buy Now With 1-Click or Buy Now to get started!

Sourdough Bread

This book offers limitless sourdough bread baking to fully satisfy the family for any season, festive, holidays or none. Why not SCROLL and CLICK on the BUY button NOW to get a copy and start your baking skills.

Author: Charles T Eads

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Page: 218

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For many of us home bakers, a good piece of sourdough bread feels like fighting for the world championship or an Olympic gold medal. It is the challenge of overcoming all challenges and it takes real commitment, but it is also something that can be fully achieved. With the help of "SOURDOUGH BREAD", A Cookbook Recipes, Rustic, Fermented, Sweet Simple Bread Baking For Beginners with Nutritional Facts, By Charles T. Eads, you can be just great and creative. This book offers limitless sourdough bread baking to fully satisfy the family for any season, festive, holidays or none. Why not SCROLL and CLICK on the BUY button NOW to get a copy and start your baking skills. Below is a preview; CHAPTER ONE The Sourdough Starter How To Make Sourdough From Scratch CHAPTER TWO Using Whole Wheat Flour To Make A Starter How To Make Your Sourdough Starter CHAPTER THREE How To Make Sourdough Bread CHAPTER FOUR Types of Sourdough Bread CHAPTER FIVE San Francisco Sourdough Bread A Traditional San Francisco Sourdough Bread Recipe! Homemade San Francisco Bread CHAPTER SIX Gluten-Free Vegan Sourdough Bread The Best Gluten-Free Vegan Sourdough Recipe Chocolate Pumpkin Sourdough Shokupan New And Improved - Vegan Sourdough Shokupan CHAPTER SEVEN Honey Wheat Sourdough Sandwich Bread Whole Sandwich Bread With Milk And Honey Wrap Whole Grain Sourdough With Mild Honey CHAPTER EIGHT No-Knead Sourdough Bread Sourdough Bread Without Kneading Perfect Your Technique A Sourdough Ball Without Kneading Faster Bread Without Kneading CHAPTER NINE Potato Sourdough Bread Potato Bread Potato Bread With Rosemary Potato Sandwich Bread Recipe CHAPTER TEN Bread Machine Bread Machine Crispy Sourdough Bread Sourdough Bread (Bread Maker) No Starter Required Unleavened Sourdough Bread CHAPTER ELEVEN Desem Sourdough Bread Desem Bread Recipe Desem Bread Without Kneading CHAPTER TWELVE Sourdough Soda Bread Sourdough Soda Bread With Seeds Sourdough Irish Soda Bread CHAPTER THIRTEEN Rye Sourdough Bread Rustic Rye Sourdough Bread Rye Bread With Sourdough Artisan Sourdough Rye Bread CHAPTER FOURTEEN Spelt Sourdough Bread Spelled Sourdough Bread With Rosemary Spelled Sourdough Bread Spelled And Honey Sourdough Bread

Artisan Bread

Are you searching for a way to make your own delicious, healthy bread? Looking for the best, tastiest recipes for keto bread, gluten-free bread, sourdough, pizza bases and more? Then this is the book for you!

Author: Brian Esposito

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Page: 304

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Master the wonderful skill of artisan baking with this brilliant baking guide! Are you searching for a way to make your own delicious, healthy bread? Looking for the best, tastiest recipes for keto bread, gluten-free bread, sourdough, pizza bases and more? Then this is the book for you! Baking bread is a delightful hobby and an incredible art form which has been practiced for thousands of years. Mastering this skill lets you effortlessly create a wide range of healthy, great-tasting loaves, cookies, crackers and more. Whether you dream of delicious home-baking, or if you simply want to be more economical, this practical guide explores the art of artisan baking, revealing how you can begin making bread even as a complete beginner. Covering all the must-have ingredients, the different kinds of bread, and a ton of tasty recipes to kickstart your new passion, this guide is a must-read for any aspiring baker. Here's what you'll find inside: A Brilliant Introduction To Baking Your Own Bread All The Nutrition Information You Need To Know Essential Ingredients and Equipment For Your Baking Hobby Step-By-Step Methods and Techniques For Creating a Wide Range of Bread The 5 Main Types of Bread (and How To Master Them All) Loads of Delicious Recipes To Try And So Much More! So don't wait! With cookies, crackers, flatbread, rye bread, paleo bread, keto bread, sourdough and so much more, this wonderful guide is your ticket to mastering the world of artisan baking and enjoying a wide range of mouth-watering recipes. Scroll up and buy now to start baking today!

Sourdough Starter

Complete with step-by-step photographs and straightforward instructions, this beautiful bread cookbook offers a tasty collection of recipes for kneaded, no-knead, and enriched breads.

Author: May Smith

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Page: 72

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Complete with step-by-step photographs and straightforward instructions, this beautiful bread cookbook offers a tasty collection of recipes for kneaded, no-knead, and enriched breads. In addition to important info on everything from prep and proof times to key terminology and kitchen essentials, this definitive bread cookbook covers you beyond the pan, addressing the perils of an unsuccessful bake.

Starter Sourdough

In this book you will learn: How to make starter sourdough at home How to maintain it, feeding the starter every day More than 50 recipes to test your sourdough, baking pizza, sourdough bread, pancakes and more Gluten free recipes, for ...

Author: Timothy Collins

Publisher: Nicybooks Di Luca Biande

ISBN: 9781801911948

Category: Baking

Page: 208

View: 390

Are you looking for a step-by-step guide to make starter sourdough at home for your perfect homemade bread, pizza and loaves? Baking is an art. Baking is science. Baking is chemistry. But baking with sourdough is the next level. Home cooks are returning to the ancient bread baking tradition and sourdough is at its all time high in terms of popularity. Wondering what sourdough is? Think about it as yeast, just way more healthy and funny. Nothing is more tasting than biting into a freshly baked slice of bread, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. The satisfaction of baking it at home in your oven is priceless. Making your starter sourdough at home has two major benefits. First of all your baked products will rise to the next level in terms of flavors and taste. Secondly, taking care of the sourdough starter is almost a full time job that requires attention, dedication and love, but pays back dividends in the form of deep personal satisfaction for the inner cook inside you. In this step by step book you will find the easy to follow instructions for creating a world class sourdough starter that can lasts for months and help you to prepare and cook many baked products such as lactobacillus bread, loaves, pizza, pancakes and more. In this book you will learn: How to make starter sourdough at home How to maintain it, feeding the starter every day More than 50 recipes to test your sourdough, baking pizza, sourdough bread, pancakes and more Gluten free recipes, for lower the impact of celiac disease The magic happens starting from basic ingredients such as flour, water and salt. Your love will make the difference. Scroll up, click Buy it now and get your copy, today!

All Time Favorite Bread Recipes

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Publisher: Better Homes & Gardens Books

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Category: House & Home

Page: 96

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Easy-to-follow recipes and step-by-step instructions guide new and experienced bakers to the enjoyment of a variety of yeast breads and rolls, sourdough breads, and quick breads, rolls, muffins, biscuits, fritters, and other delights

Sourdough Bread Baking for Beginners

This cookbook will teach you how to utilize what you have at home already and not spend any extra money on fancy tools to bake delicious mouthwatering sourdough bread We will start from the very beginning.

Author: Victoria Thomas

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Page: 104

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This cookbook will teach you how to utilize what you have at home already and not spend any extra money on fancy tools to bake delicious mouthwatering sourdough bread We will start from the very beginning. You will learn how to make your own starter. Regular Starter & Gluten-Free Starter Then, you will be given a replacement list for all the equipment and tools we professional bakers use for baking. Some you already know / Some will surprise you Now, you will understand what it takes to bake sourdough bread without a Dutch Oven. My favorite way of baking sourdough bread without a Dutch Oven. Yes! It is possible, and Yes! Taste is amazingly good To top it all off, measurements are in (Cups, Oz, and gram/ml) Recipes Include: Sourdough Bread Gluten-Free Sourdough Bread Sourdough Scones Semolina Sourdough Bread and more!

Better Homes and Gardens All time Favorite Bread Recipes

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ISBN: 9780696001857

Category: Bread

Page: 96

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The Complete Sourdough Cookbook

Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press From the right "starter" to delicious sourdough goodies, this book offers one of the most significant collections of sourdough recipes to be tested.

Author: Don Holm

Publisher: Caxton Press

ISBN: 9780870045295

Category: Cooking

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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press From the right "starter" to delicious sourdough goodies, this book offers one of the most significant collections of sourdough recipes to be tested.

The Sourdough Bible

Are you looking for a book that will help you get ready to bake sourdough bread? Do you want to try various sourdough bread recipes? If yes, then this book might be exactly what you were looking for!

Author: Alan Goldman

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Page: 174

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Are you looking for a book that will help you get ready to bake sourdough bread? Do you want to try various sourdough bread recipes? If yes, then this book might be exactly what you were looking for! Sourdough bread is not hard to make; it's just time-consuming. That's the hardest part. For example, if you decide to bake a loaf of sourdough bread on Sunday, you will have to know when to start planning to make that loaf. If you are lucky enough to cook every day or every weekend, time management will be easy. Let's start by making your sourdough starter. Once you've made it, taken care of it, fed, and nurtured it, you'll be able to make your very first loaf of sourdough bread. It is only the beginning. Before you know it, you'll be adding your sourdough starter to everything that has flour in it. No store or bakery can replace the smells and tastes of your particular bread baking. This book contains: - Sourdough Starter - How to Care for a Sourdough Starter - Using Whole Grains and Other Flours - Getting Ready for Your First Bake - Sourdough Bread Recipes And so much more! Sourdough starters have existed for centuries, and they aren't just the province of professional bakers. The early Egyptians used sourdough starters to make loaves of bread. Today there are families all over the world that have maintained sourdough starters for generations. This book is access to get out knowing more about your kitchen and hidden skills in baking. Ready to get started? Click the BUY NOW button!

Sourdough Baking

Express your creativity in the kitchen and make your own fresh bread, pizza, cakes, etc. Become a member of the home baking sourdough community with this book by clicking buy now!

Author: Martha Rose

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Page: 200

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Is there anything more inviting than biting into a piece of warm, freshly baked bread? It is a pleasure to see and smell and carries a harmony of aromas with an ancient flavor. Making your own bread at home with a sourdough starter is a five-sense experience! Are you searching for a way to eat bread and pizza without feeling overfull? It's easy for the body to digest sourdough baked goods! Do you know how simple and fast it can be to make your own, freshly baked pizza? You only need a few simple ingredients and the magic can start! Baking with sourdough is simpler than you think and is truly healthy. You will be amazed by its digestibility. These recipes come from traditional baking methods of our ancestors, they are made with genuine ingredients and have stood the test of time. Martha Rose spent 12 years putting them together. She could not digest bread anymore, so she started experimenting with natural yeast solutions and organic flours. When she ate them herself the results were amazing! Bread became part of her diet again, and it was even tastier than before! With this book, you'll learn: All the benefits of sourdough bread for your body Whаt mаkеs sоurdоugh suреriоr to other types of bread The secrets of time and temperature revealed Different types of sourdough and which one is the best for your diet Wonderful recipes to make fresh bread, delicious pizzas, and all sorts of savory snacks Step by step recipes to make sweet sourdoughs like pancakes, croissants, cookies, and cakes You'll find your favorite recipes even if you are gluten sensitive: you can make extraordinary bread with all kinds of flours, including rye, spelt, or 100% gluten-free flours like kamut, and corn. Express your creativity in the kitchen and make your own fresh bread, pizza, cakes, etc. Become a member of the home baking sourdough community with this book by clicking buy now!

SOURDOUGH BREAD RECIPES

Sourdough bread is some pungent, sour bread rich in flavor and tradition.

Author: Mandi Giselle Goddard

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ISBN: 9781513676050

Category: Cooking

Page: 188

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Sourdough bread is some pungent, sour bread rich in flavor and tradition. Bread from Sourdough dates to biblical times. The healthful nature of the fermentation process that makes it sour is also thought to be a better choice of breads. Sourdough was the main staple of one of Mount Mc Kinley's first expedition. Sourdough has come to be known in America by many names. It was called sourdough in California settlers, while it was known in cattle as chuckwagon bread. Pioneers called cellar or cellar broth sourdough since the pioneers used to called it yeast dough and can buy a cup of sourdough starter for one penny in the basement, though Philadelphia. In Kentucky sourdough, the name of spook yeast is known, and it is used to baked spook bread. Because metal triggers a chemical reaction and destroys your sourdough, you should never store the starter in a metal jar. In the wooden pot, the typically sourdough starter was kept in the warm, free space in a kitchen. Glass could be used, but the wood is an alternative since it has a temperature that is more consistent than glass and has not so quickly crashed on its journey.