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January 12, 2012

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Katie

I find it so funny when I stumble upon things that's am currently interested in. I started my own starter..hehe..that sounds funny but threw it away after five days. It scared me. The first few days the bag filled up with the yeasty smelly air that I assume is from therocess but then it stopped. I guess i should have fed it and kept hoping for yummiest. I also used whole wheat flour and wasn't sure if that was a problem. But then again, I bet the Amish didn't use a whole unch of ap flour.

meanderling

I love me some sourdough toast, so when I ever have some time, I'm going to try to get my own Carl :D

The funny thing is--I worked in a genomics lab in college and I've made more yeast cultures than you can shake a stick at. This is around the same thing...but I've never eaten one!

Heather

Oh my gosh, you are hilarious. I have just stumbled upon your blog and it cracks me up. Sourdough is a crazy thing :)

Tracy Benjamin

Welcome to this crazy world, Carl. This year is about to get REAL.

(i looooooove sourdough. love love LOVE it)

(i also made vanilla extract this year. I haven't dipped into yet. what's wrong with me??? i have like two cups worth!)

HI BTW!!!!!

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