Gueston Oct 24
I just bought Williams Sonoma bread baking book because it has a recipe for "pain au levain" which is similar to the firm starter. Sounds a heck of a lot easier than regular sourdough, although I did finally get my sourdough starter producing, it was touch and go there for a long time.
The Skinny Gourmeton Aug 15
I tried for about a month to learn to make sourdough from airborne yeast starter. it only somewhat worked. my airborne yeasts were overly active (apparently) so the rise times were all off and many times my dough wound up falling, and producing a rather flavorful but incredibly hard "discus" of bread. Good luck with yours!
Chuppyon Mar 27
Very well done! Wish I could get the hand of starters, I loooove bread making.