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A few weeks ago I got an idea to make a homemade yeast starter, which at the time sounded like a fantastic idea. Homemade bread, muffins, cakes, and homegrown yeast is better for your gut. What could be wrong with this?
Like I said, it was a few weeks ago, and my starter started in a mason jar but it has quickly moved to huge glass container. I feed it almost twice a day because it is very alive, and truthfully I’ve only made a cake and some pancakes with it.
I can’t tell you how many times I start something with the best of intentions only to have those great plans growing out of control.
- Book Clubs
- Workout programs
- and the list could go on
I am a passionate person who is rarely scared to try anything new, but sometimes those “new” ideas really needed a few useful weeks of preparation, and gathering realistic goals. Because while I am here writing this my starter is waiting for me to use it in a creative yummy way, but I am not.