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gmsantos Posted - Jun 23 2020 : 10:46:09 AM
Been using my starter that isn't quite fermented enough to make pancakes. Have made them twice and have encountered the following issues:

1. too gritty (I've been grinding quinoa in my Blendtec, then sifting. Do I perhaps need a smaller mesh sifter?)

2. Don't hold together well--fall apart quite easily.

Any tips on these issues would be greatly appreciated!
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gmsantos Posted - Jun 25 2020 : 08:35:45 AM
Thanks, Ashley! Just responded to your other post. My second batch was finer, and the pancakes weren't gritty--but they still fall apart. Going to tweak the recipe a bit. :)
Ashley Posted - Jun 24 2020 : 10:03:48 AM
I think both of these issues point to an issue with your flour being too coarse, so trying to find a finer sifter would be a starting point. In another post, you asked about this, and I had a couple thoughts I posted there.