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Cottonwood Arizona

Posted - Dec 30 2021 :  4:48:19 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello! I have been a reader of MJFG magazine for years. I made a (not WildBread) sourdough starter when the pandemic began and have done a lot of baking, not all of it successful. I moved from SoCal with my starter and my Mr, to Arizona. I let my poor starter languish in the fridge while unpacking and getting the house settled. So I began another one and I still couldn't get a decent rise with my breads. After getting WildBread for Christmas, I realized I didn't give my starter enough time to mature before expecting her to perform and wow my friends and family with beautiful lofty loaves. I was more successful making crackers, pancakes and waffles. All quite delicious and appreciated, but I wanted something more. Real good bread I could make sandwiches with, or slather with butter and honey. So, here I am, waiting for a few more items from the equipment list to embark on a new bread journey. I am so looking forward to learning from those of you who have known the secret all along.


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Posted - Dec 31 2021 :  11:49:39 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Therese! I'm so happy you stopped by to share a little bit about your sourdough journey. I hope your new mother matures wonderfully, and you are baking delicous, lofty loaves soon!

Ashley Ogle
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