starter in the kitchen drain
The post a short time ago about having a clogged drain from what I gathered was a one time dump of some starter that had hardened and a plumber had to remove, interested me.
I always dump my starter discards on my compost pile and am very careful about my kitchen drain. But when you stop and think about all the dough residue that gets rinsed down the sink when making sourdough bread, from your hands, the dish rag, the bowl interior, the spatula, measuring cup, etc., does it maybe build up over time and create what the person above described? Has anyone had any plumbing issues attributable to this? I wonder where all the stuff actually does go, as sticky as it is, maybe it does form it own clog.
Then if it does cause a problem, how the heck do you keep it out of your sink, such a tiny amount each time.
Thanks for any help and advice. Jean P. (VA)