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    Working with a new flour

    Well, pretty good first run on my new starter. I bought a really cheap flour in bulk, and fed it, ignored it, worked it through various temps, hydration levels, etc.. finally thought I may have an understanding of this starter.

    1000 g bread flour Dakota Mill
    25% levain
    68% hydration
    2% salt

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    Last edited by Richard Chrz; April 10, 2021, 11:56 AM.

    #2
    I need a slab of butter, pronto!
    Nice looking loaf.

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      #3
      That looks great - very nice crust and crumb.

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        #4
        Outstanding!

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          #5
          Great work!

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            #6
            Hunnert percent delicious lookin! đź‘Ť

            PS. Better’n workin with old flour.
            I couldn’t help myself.
            Last edited by FireMan; April 10, 2021, 06:15 PM.

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            #7
            Looking great as usual Richard!!!!

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              #8
              That's good stuff there.

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                #9
                that looks so good. my mom and a group of extended family members used to have a sourdough starter that was really, really old and was passed around family to family over the years. i'm not sure where it ended up but i do recall eating some great homemade sourdough bread when I was a kid!

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                  #10
                  It looks a little off to me. Whip up a couple more loaves and send them to me via UPS. We are close enough that they won't take more than a day, two at the most to arrive. Once I get them, I will do a full inspection and analysis of their quality. As a courtesy, I will provide you with a detailed report free of charge. This is a limited time offer! SO ACT NOW!

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