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About Theresa Ricci. Theresa Ricci. Hi, I want to thank everybody that has been nice enough to read my stories, share their personal experiences with me, and send me suggestions for story ideas. Believe it or not I am just getting into this thing called social networking. I have not tried it myself - maybe I'll give it a whirl one of these days! Many sourdough starters rely on water instead of milk and work fine. The milk adds flavor to the starter. Which is wny I believe almond milk would work fine.
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If you give it a try, let me know how it turns out so others will know! Thanks for stopping by! I'm not quite getting the math. Enough to bake and save 1 cup for the next round? But that's ONLY if you want less starter. Regardless of how much you feed it, you will feed it twice before baking on day I hope that made sense! Question: How do I use frozen starter to make fresh loaves? Do I need to add the 1 cup each of flour, milk, sugar then follow the bread recipe or do I omit the addition and go straight to the recipe.
I won't be saving any starter out of these batches. We have a very large extended family so will be making lots of food. I want to save a bunch of starters in the freezer so I can pull them out and start baking a couple of days before her party.
Hopefully I can pass some of the starters to family for them to help me make them I would appreciate any advice. I have not made this bread in several years. Hi Karla, if you freeze the starter in 1 cup batches, you should be able to just add the starter straight to the recipe. As long as the recipe you use calls for baking power or yeast, it should be fine and add the wonderful "sweet sourdough" flavor to your recipe.
I have a starter that I need to bake in a day or two but I don't have anyone to share with. If I take out 1 cup and freeze that for another day, how much of the other ingredients to I use to bake the rest? The recipe x3 or 4? Also, when I use the starter after it's been frozen do I need to start over from day 1 with it or just go to the recipe like it's day Although, if you want to use the starter immediately in a recipe, as long as it has baking powder in the recipe it should work fine. Good morning!
Found your website I've had a starter yeast-free for probably 7 years now.
When I feel like whipping out a loaf, I've just taken it out of the freezer, let it come to room temp and add my ingredients from there. So here's the thing I took it out of the freezer prob a week ago? And haven't got around to baking with it. Seems fine. Or because it ts sat out, should I do the "day" regime? I don't know a single soul who does any kind of "starter" baking, so having found your page makes me feel a bit more comfortable with my starter?
I also have a sourdough starter, that "came to be" a couple of years ago. Hi Lori, my guess is you would want to feed the starter before using it.
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Hope it works! Will the starter continue to rise each day like it did on the first days? Mine isn't. How do I know my starter is still good? Will instant yeast work?
Lanell, when you stir the starter down, it will lose some of it's fluffiness. That's normal. You starter should have a pleasant sweet sour smell. Is this okay? Hi I have a starter that some one gave me as a Christmas present. This is all new to me as I have never heard if amish bread.
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I am excited to bake and I am on day 7. I already added to it once. Here is the probably.
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My husband and I are leaving for vacation on what is supposed to be day 9. Could I bake the bread early? Like on day Hi Alexys, I would go ahead and feed it like it's day 10 and bake. The start the process over as if it were day 1. You can put the starter in the refrigerator or freezer and resume when you get home.
Hope that helps! Hi, Question. My daughter sent me a bag of the Amish Friendship Bread starter but my husband did not know that it was not supposed to go in the fridge so it spent one day and one night and the next day in the fridge before i realized it was not supposed to go in the fridge.
Is it going to work?
Thanks so much Debbie. Hi Debbie, I would start it at Day 1 and just take it out of the fridge.