Other Posts in the Sourdough Series: sourdough, whether once a week or daily, then you know what I’m talking about when I say sourdough starter can be a pain to clean up after. The thin batter-like consistency easily and quickly dries to the sides of jars and bowls and all wooden spoons, creating a daily sourdough pancake-makers worst nightmare. Years ago, when I was reading an obscure book on sourdough, the name of which I can’t even recall, they shared a sourdough clean up tip that changed my life. Okay, that’s a bit dramatic, but it certainly eliminated a lot of tension that built up between me and my daily sourdough habit. And I thought it might help you too. Okay, I’ve built this up to the point that it’s a bit anti-climactic, but my tip is…
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