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Apartment Living and Keeping a Starter

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murphyd

Apartment Living and Keeping a Starter

Hello All,

This site is amazing! I wish I had discovered it sooner, but better now than never. I'm newish to baking and I'm curious if anyone out there in the bread-osphere has experience creating and keeping a desum in an apartment space? Our place is pretty small. Any ideas or creative solutions are welcome and appreciated.

 

Best,
D

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LindyD

Sourdough starters take up very little space and require little attention, other than regular feedings.   A good place to start is by reading through Debra Wink's three-part series:  http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/10856/   (part one)

If you are speaking of desem bread, you might be interested in this link:  http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/1986/desem-i-take-it-all-back

TFL's search bar is pretty useful if you need more info.

Welcome to TFL.

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murphyd

Thank you, LindyD! I will look up Debra Wink's series and the desem bread link you sent as well. Best wishes,

D