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Hi Tamara! If you’re on Instagram or Facebook feel free to send me a picture so I can help you. It sounds like it’s doing well. I wouldn’t necessarily add lemon juice at the end. How did it go after your discard half and fed it yesterday? It won’t necessarily double in size. As long as it grows, smells good, you can hear bubbling activity when you stir it a few hours after a feeding, it’s probably ready.

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Easiest GF Sourdough Starter
Hi! Did you use brown rice flour? I’ve had a strange smell with a GF millet starter once but kept at it and within a few days it smelled wonderful and a little sweet but mild with a pleasant yeasty aroma. Adding lemon juice does improve the smell if you’re not loving how the starter is smelling during the process. Was your flour fresh? Was your water spring water?


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Hi Jill! Here’s a link to the oat-free bread recipes on Fresh is Real: https://www.freshisreal.com/category/bread/oat-free-bread/.

Although in many of my GF bread recipes, GF oat flour can usually be substituted with another light-textured flour.

This is the top GF sourdough recipe on my site. Not as starch-heavy as other recipes, and it’s a good beginner recipe: https://www.freshisreal.com/buckwheat-sourdough-loaf-gluten-free-vegan/ You can easily sub the oat flour in this recipe. Let me know if you want some more guidance.

The Simple Sorghum Sourdough is another popular and gorgeous sourdough recipe. https://www.freshisreal.com/simple-sorghum-sourdough/ It calls for a GF sorghum starter, but I think many have made it with a brown rice starter. This recipe is oat-free.

Another great GF oat-free sourdough is the Wild Yeast Bread recipe: https://www.freshisreal.com/wild-yeast-bread-gf-v/

For a quick sourdough naan bread recipe that is also oat-free, check out: https://www.freshisreal.com/quick-sourdough-naan-bread-gf-v/

You can find the recipe for amazingly tasty GF sourdough rolls in this post, right above the directions for the yeasted version. https://www.freshisreal.com/soft-gluten-free-dinner-rolls/

As for a sourdough pancake recipe, I don’t have one on my site yet, but I make them all the time. Once you have a starter, let me know, and I can help you with some suggestions.

Chantal


Easiest GF Sourdough Starter
Hi Carla! You can do it with all sorghum! It should work very well!


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