Read More Melanie DavisSourdough starters are the gift that keeps on giving. Bubbly and with a slight tangy-smelling, a “starter” refers to a mixture of whole wheat flour and filtered water that cultivates an active, living colony of bacteria and yeast. These microbes are responsible for the gorgeous, fluffy rise of sourdough bread and can be used to make loaves, pizza crust, pancakes, and more.
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