Low carb (keto) starter?
Hey all. I make regular bread for my family, but I can't eat it and that has been true for a while. I just started looking at some keto bread recipes made with yeast and that got me excited! I MISS eating yeasty bread!
But I know yeast can be tricky. So, I found this recipe: and an accompanying video showing how she made this bread (which she needed to add some commercial yeast to make it rise enough - which is also a common practice).
What do you all think? Is it possible to make yeast grow in a legume that is the RIGHT kind of yeast and not some toxic bubbly mix? I am just a dabbler and not an avid bread baker, so one of you all would probably know better than I would.
This is the video of how she makes her keto sourdough bread where you can also see the written directions in the comments of the video. I am really curious about this and I would love your thoughts on it! I have a bunch of new ingredients in my shopping cart at two online stores to see if this works, but any feedback about safety, I'm definitely looking forward to seeing it!