What is a seed starter?
I see this term but can't easily find it's meaning. It seems to mean some way of getting a starter going, like you have some starter already and then make another starter from it.
I saw this passage in a book: "Starters inoculated with a larger seed amount rise faster than starters with a smaller inoculation size.".
And this: "And a truly vigorous liquid starter might even triple in 6 hours or less. This is assuming a decent ambient temperature (74-78F/23-26C) and a relatively normal seed amount at feeding of around 20% of total starter, also known as a 1:2:2 refreshment -- 1-part starter, 2-parts water, 2-parts flour; all by weight.".Thanks