I just wrote myself into a corner
I'm writing a novel about a baker and I think I just blew it. Near the end of the book, she has about four hours to bake a loaf of bread from "start" (in this case, kneading final dough) to "finish" (in this case, pulling it out of the oven). She knows nothing about baking at the beginning of the book, and to keep things "authentic" I've been learning along with her.
So here's my problem. About fifty pages ago I realized that my character would decide late in the game to use a wild yeast starter. Genius that I am, I didn't check to see how long it takes to rise/proof a wild yeast loaf. I found a few hybrid (commercial and wild yeast) recipes, but to keep true to her character, I need to find something that only uses wild yeast starter.
So am I out of luck, or are there short-window recipes out there that use only wild yeast? Overnight retards and barms are no problem, but she must knead and bake within those four hours! Help!