Stomach Pain After Eating Sourdough Bread
I finally baked my second real sourdough loaf using my sourdough starter that has been doing great for the last couple of weeks. It smells wonderful and raises wonderfully. My question is I'm experiencing stomach pain almost within minutes of eating the bread. I baked it last night and about 10 hours overnight letting it cool I had 2 small slices with butter and jam for breakfast, it tasted great, but within 3-5 minutes I felt my stomach start to hurt. It has been almost 2 hours since and while it isn't nearly as bad I still feel that "over-full" feeling and seem to burp up some acid (gross I know sorry). My wife doesn't get sick nor others that ate it. I have a sensitive'ish stomach but bread has never been an issue, well unless I pig out on it or something lol. I don't seem to feel this way if I don't use my starter so i'm sure it is something to do with the wild yeast. Just seems like to me it can't be bad, b/c there is no signs of that, the look is great, smell is great, etc. plus no one else feels bad after eating it. This comes on almost immediately so wouldn't if the starter had gone "bad" it would take longer before I felt sick, like a couple hours or something? I'm basing this off of a food poising scenario, it doesn't happen within a couple minutes, more like a couple hours right? I'm thinking I may just be sensitive to the wild yeast if that is possible, which really sucks b/c the bread taste great, and I don't want to have to go back to eating "regular" bread :) If I buy sourdough from Panera, grocery, whatever this never happens, just my own. I tried a loaf that I made with my starter after less than a week and when it happened I thought maybe it just hadn't "matured" enough, so now it has been 2 weeks + and it happened again. Not sure what to do, b/c even though I love the taste I hate feeling like this for a few hours afterward.