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Default Sour starters

I've recently made a couple of sour dough starters.

They smell. Sour but wow, not pleasant. Is this normal? Also, mine seemed
to go bubbly in a day and I was under the impression that it should take a
few days, should I be concerned about the starters I have?

I took the time to wash my mason jars and lids in the dishwasher and then
boil them for a half hour to make sure they were sterile.

Thanks for any insight!

Todd

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I consider myself somewhat of an expert, since I have been making sour
dough bread for at least 12 years now. I would be glad to send you a
dried starter that you can reconstitute, and I also have a starter
recipe that I can give you to make an excellent starter for regular
bread----let me know-----


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~~~Carole~~~ wrote:
I consider myself somewhat of an expert, since I have been making sour
dough bread for at least 12 years now. I would be glad to send you a
dried starter that you can reconstitute, and I also have a starter
recipe that I can give you to make an excellent starter for regular
bread----let me know-----



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hello Carole is it possible for you to post the recipe for the sour
starter or send it to me via email
thanks ever so much tessa
~~~Carole~~~ wrote:
I consider myself somewhat of an expert, since I have been making sour
dough bread for at least 12 years now. I would be glad to send you a
dried starter that you can reconstitute, and I also have a starter
recipe that I can give you to make an excellent starter for regular
bread----let me know-----


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