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Hi Sukma! Did you watch the video for this recipe? It might be helpful: https://youtu.be/8EzbPsTZePw This is the link to the recipe post: https://www.freshisreal.com/wild-yeast-bread-(gf-v)/ If you read the recipe it calls for a refresh the night before which consists of feeding your starter 1/4 cup of brown rice flour with just enough water to stir. This is to wake it up for the next big feeding, typically the next morning. The second feeding consists of 150g (1/2 cup of refreshed/fed starter) with 1 cup of flour and about 1-1/2 cups of water. The end goal is to create at least 515g of starter which about 2 cups of lively active starter. I hope this helps!

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Thank you, Miranda, for trying my recipes! I’m happy you were able to tweak the ingredients to work with what you had on hand! Great job!

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Hi Ruth! Thank you for your message! I bet you that your loaf turned out just perfect! Also, to answer your question about drying some starter for future use, it’s definitely possible. Some smudge a very thin layer on a sheet of parchment paper or even dehydrate it in a low-temperature oven. To store the dry starter pieces, you could probably keep them in the freezer or fridge in a sealed bag or container. Then once you want to get a new starter going simply combine a few pieces of your dry starter with some fresh flour and water, stir and give it some time to get active. It should work!

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Hi Christine! Very exciting and thank you for your support! Let me know if you ever have any questions about my recipes!

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