aless02 wrote: »
yes, this. You have to eventually throw something away because you're perpetually feeding the starter! otherwise your countertops and fridge would be taken over by the dough
my mom made sourdough fairly often at one stage in my childhood. I am very reminiscent of that, as it's one of my very favorite things - and not commonly sold here in the UK so if I want it, I have to make my own. Reminds me to go switch my oven on and see how the first batch comes out!
can I be a shorty too? 5'4", size (coughjusthadababycough) and wee tiny feet at size 4s!! :eek:
In_Search_Of_Me wrote: »
lol sian...flipping heck...have you got a hangover!! All us rubinesque girlies should move to the carribean...they lurve the curves!
FrankieM wrote: »
Perhaps sian was just getting ready for the carribbean early with her malibu and coke?
poohbear59 wrote: »
:jAs I feel like a shorty too.
I have lurked a bt on the sour dough thing as I used to make it years ago. I didn't want to have to answer any questions as I couldn't really remember what I did. We had a aga at the time so I could keep it going. There was a local shop sold sour dough starter kits although I remember I started my own without a 'kit'.
As I am really not supposed to have yeast I should look into it. I use a breadmaker as I have a disability and can't knead but I presume I could use the BM for kneading and rising sour dough too?
Also, on bread, as I have some flour I am starting my breadmaking for next week now and freezing it. Hopefully that means less to do on Tuesday. Or is that cheating?
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