Save my sourdough??
I'm a relatively new sourdough baker, and am working with a great starter I got from a friend. I made two really nice loaves last week and decided to go big this week and double my recipe (since I have tooons of starter!). I keep feeding my starter and then not having the time to bake with it, so yesterday when I finally had a few hours, I popped my starter in the oven on very low heat after I fed it, so that I could add flour and water later that night and bake with it this morning (I was following the King Arthur Extra Tangy Sourdough recipe which I used last week, they have you add flour and water and stick it in the fridge overnight, then mix in the rest of the flour, salt and sugar and let it rise twice).
My issue is...I think I killed my starter in that initial go in the oven!!! I stupidly mixed in all the flour, water etc anyway, and let it rise once for about 4 hours although it didn't really do anything (King Arthur says it doesn't need to rise a ton) and shaped them. Now I have 4 loaves that haven't really risen at all. Is there any way I can save these loaves?? I still have a lot of starter nice and safe in the fridge (it never went in the oven) I could use, plus some regular ol' active dry yeast. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!