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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    Had a fair bit of success with sourdough starters (after a few false starts as the house wasn't warm enough), once I cracked it I got bored as we don't eat a lot of bread in the house so a loaf every other day was wasteful
    That's my issue. I do like bread but I don't eat it very often so making even one loaf a week can be a waste. I am successfully maintaining a starter though as my sourdough doughnuts were ace! I almost wish I had a proper fryer as it's a faff doing deep fat frying in a saucepan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    That's my issue. I do like bread but I don't eat it very often so making even one loaf a week can be a waste. I am successfully maintaining a starter though as my sourdough doughnuts were ace! I almost wish I had a proper fryer as it's a faff doing deep fat frying in a saucepan.
    I put my starter into hibernation at the back of the fridge and get it out once every couple of weeks (or longer).

    You don't need to muck about with starter every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I put my starter into hibernation at the back of the fridge and get it out once every couple of weeks (or longer).

    You don't need to muck about with starter every day.
    I know - I'm still experimenting with it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pogle View Post
    Gave it a go, tasty but not worth the effort of hand making, might try it in the bread machine
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