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Thank you . one more question. On the video it seems like you are talking about starter that has been in the fridge.
Do i still need to refresh a starter that i have been feeding daily… and then wait 2-4 hours? Or can i just take from the active starter in the morning and add to the recipe?
Thanks again!

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Wild Yeast Bread (GF/V)
Hi Chantal, I finally got my bugs sorted out and have made this recipe twice in the last week. Very happy with it!
Before my partner discovered she was celiac, i made whole wheat sourdough weekly.
It has been 8 years now gf and we are really grateful for this recipe. No more relying on store bought bread.
Slowly replacing the brown rice with sorghum flour
Thank you! I have shared your site with several people.

Wild Yeast Bread (GF/V)
hi. looking forward to trying this!
what can i use to cover the loaf if i do not have a proper dutch oven?
thank you

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Hi Chantal, I have been making breaad from this recipe for about 1 1/2 yrs… every other week. I make two loaves.
My question is…over the past month, the starter has started being REALLY sluggish. Is there anything I can do to pep it up?
Would adding gmple syrup help? (I did not use syrup or the grape initially).
I feed it regularly when it is out. I ususally refrigerate it and feed it both before and after refrigerating. i would appreciate any advice you could offer! thank you so much.

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