A simple sourdough book or website?
I have given away a couple of my most recently purchased books for sourdough. They were just too complicated. I want something that starts with the assumption that I have ONE sourdough starter. ONE.
I have found that the Perfect Loaf website is pretty good, but even that assumes that I have specific flour and malted flour, etc. How do I know if this is important or not?
I have ONE type of bread flour (right now it's All Trumps unbleached and unbromated). I have ONE type of All-purpose flour (right now it's Sarasota unbleached) and then I mill my own White Wheat berries (and when that runs out, it will be red) and I mill my own rye and soon durum and spelt.
I'm going to assume most home bakers don't have 5-6 different starters or tons of specialty ingredients. I highly doubt most people have as much as I have. Bread baking books used to be pretty straight forward, but now? The last two books I've gotten - upon recommendation here are just COMPLICATED beyond reason.
I'm sorry if I'm sounding grouchy (lack of sleep), but I want a go-to book or website that I can just find a recipe at my fingertips so I can just make a bread starting NOW.
With that rant - suggestions?