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Keeping a sourdough starter can seem like a big commitment, but there are ways to manage sourdough better and make it fit your schedule.
There is also a way to achieve a bit of sourdough insurance, to safeguard your favorite starter that has made the perfect loaf for you time and time again. By using the following method you can capture the symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts that make your particular sourdough starter fantastic.
Reasons for Dehydrating Your Sourdough Starter
Whichever of the above scenarios applies to you, be sure to implement your sourdough insurance sooner than later. Taking a bit of extra time now can save you regrets later on that you gave up your perfect sourdough starter.
How to Dehydrate a Sourdough Starter
Learn More About Taking a Break from Sourdough
Need a break from sourdough, but don’t want to dehydrate your starter? There may be another method that works for you. Learn more in our article on taking a break from sourdough.
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