How does BBGA format do multi-stage starter builds? If at all?
I'm converting Silverton's Olive Bread to BBGA format.
Mini helped me resolve the math issues, which are now correct. Thanks, Mini!
What I'm not sure about is how to represent a multi-stage starter build process in the BBGA format.
By multi-stage, I mean the following:
- Build 1
- Build 2 includes all of Build 1
- Build 3 all of Build 2
Silverton's Olive Bread calls for 12.5 ounces (353 grams) of white starter at 145% hydration.
It doesn't call for a multi-build process, but that's usually how I do it: I take a bit of mother starter out of the fridge and make Build 1; make Build 2 after a few hours/doubling; make Build 3 after Build 2 doubles.
1. Before I ask how to use the BBGA format to represent this process, maybe I should ask: Should I use it the BBGA format to represent this process? Or is it something that would be considered an external process? As in: the fully built starter is "the ingredient" to include in the formula, not the build process for it.
2. Is this how it should be done? If not, how else? As another formula apart from this formula? (CLICK IMAGE FOR LARGER VERSION)