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Gluten-free starter conversion to gluten worked!

CAphyl's picture
CAphyl

Gluten-free starter conversion to gluten worked!

Thanks to all of you who offered advice after I lost my starter to mold after a long trip.  As I mentioned, the gluten-free starter was fine, so I stole some and built it up using ww, white and rye flours.  It really perked up quickly, and this is the first loaf I baked using it, a classic sourdough.  Thanks again to all for their suggestions.  I will try them all when I go on my next extended journey.  Best,  Phyllis

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Danni3ll3's picture
Danni3ll3

I am happy you were able to rescue your starter. I wonder what caused the other one to go bad. It sounds like you didn't do anything that would cause that. 

CAphyl's picture
CAphyl

I have been away for longer periods of time, and have the alcohol form, but this was something new!  "Babies" from my original starter are in England and the Midwest, so it is still alive and well in the world. Best, Phyllis

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PalwithnoovenP

My starter was gone too, I'm on a journey of raising another one now.

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CAphyl

It took me weeks to get the first one right, so I was glad to have the gluten-free to tinker with.  Hope yours turns out well. Best,  Phyllis