To a home baker, there’s no better feeling than pulling a beautiful artisan crusty bread out of the oven that was made with a homemade sourdough starter. The sense of accomplishment and pride is just amazing, and I love sharing those loaves with family and friends.
While everyone is awed by the loaf and your skills, you know that it really wasn’t all that hard. And maybe that’s the best part!
That’s why I want to show you how to create a sourdough culture from scratch, how to grow it and feed it, so you can have your very own homemade sourdough starter. It only takes a few days to get it going and the results will last you a lifetime. You can even share it, give it to your friends, and teach them a new hobby!
In this video series, I will show you everything that you need to do to build and maintain your very own starter. Go ahead and think of a name for it, it will be your “pet” for years to come.
To get started, I recommend that you get a kitchen scale if you don’t already have one. They are invaluable to a baker and will be very handy for this project. You may also need an airtight container to store your culture.