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Could you please continue with your bread recipe. I am trying to find the same everlasting yeast recipe you described. I got my first starter years ago from a dear Aunt in Oklahoma who has since passed. I was only 13 then and made bread every Saturday morning for my family. I did not keep my starter going and would sure like to have it back again. So if you finally get it, please pass it along with your bread recipe. Thanks
Oh I would really appreciate it. Maybe someone will have the info. we both are looking for. Thanks so much.
Hi Verna1... Welcome to the board!
I have a starter that was started in 1867. That makes it 142 years old and I have had it for 43 years. It is a milk starter where you add warm milk and flour the night before the day you want to use it. It makes delicious bread, pancakes, waffles and awsome cinnamon rolls. It is so easy to use if you can remember to mix it up the night before. I will be drying some to send to another poster and if you would like to try this one I would be more than happy to share. If you are interested send me your address.
I have the everlasting yeast bread starter ingredients but not sure what to do. 1/2 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 1 1/2 cups flour and 1 cake of yeast. I think you mix it up and let stand overnight at least 8 hours. then pour mixture in large mixing bowl and add 1 cup water and 1 1/2 cups flour. Stir until smooth . Cover with plastic wrap and sish cloth. Let stand overnight at least 8 hours. Stir down . Put 1 cup mixture back into clean jar. cover with 1/2 cup sugar. Return to refrigerator. Do Not Stir. Then continue on with your bread recipe. I hope this is helpful.
Please send me your recipe.
I'm a old time baker and collect vintage as well as president civil war recipes I would love to have your recipe thanks
Thanks for the for bread sites,will check them out always interested in Sourdough recipes,
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