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Thread: Amish Friendship Bread (Starter) Recipe & Recipes to make the Friendship Breads

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    Starter Recipe:

    http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,194,156183-225206,00.html

    65 different Amish Bread Recipes to use with the starter recipe

    http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=Am...iendship+Bread

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    Thank you. I love the sweet starter but get tired of it quickly. I started a regular SourDough starter last week using just flour & water. I love that too. and so far its been very easy to tend to. and the flavor of the bread will just get better and better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    Thank you. I love the sweet starter but get tired of it quickly. I started a regular SourDough starter last week using just flour & water. I love that too. and so far its been very easy to tend to. and the flavor of the bread will just get better and better.
    don't forget you can freeze your starters.. then you just pull out your baggie and follow your recipe and wha la !!! I do this all the time and it turns out perfect everytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colleen53
    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    Thank you. I love the sweet starter but get tired of it quickly. I started a regular SourDough starter last week using just flour & water. I love that too. and so far its been very easy to tend to. and the flavor of the bread will just get better and better.
    don't forget you can freeze your starters.. then you just pull out your baggie and follow your recipe and wha la !!! I do this all the time and it turns out perfect everytime.
    I didn't know that, thanks for that information!

    RKayD: Where did you get that SourDough starter from?

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    RKayD, can you tell us how to do the SourDough from start to finish.........PLEASE.......Thanks

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    Thank you!

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    RkayD,
    I would love to have the recipe for your Sour Dough starter if you have it:)

    I printed the Amish Friendship Bread starter recipe already. YUM!

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    I have been working on organizing the ole' sewing room today. My GOSH I have alot of STUFF!

    Will gladly share the SourDough Starter. It says to throw half away each time you add but I don't. I've been adding flour for 2 weeks and it is nice and frothy. And I've kept it on the counter in a glass jar. The first week it had alot of Hooch so I stopped adding water. The site that I got my info from says that you get a feel for it..and I have to say never having done this before I quickly developed the "feel".

    http://www222.pair.com/sjohn/blueroom/sour.htm

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    thanks for sharing the recipe with all of us


    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    I have been working on organizing the ole' sewing room today. My GOSH I have alot of STUFF!

    Will gladly share the SourDough Starter. It says to throw half away each time you add but I don't. I've been adding flour for 2 weeks and it is nice and frothy. And I've kept it on the counter in a glass jar. The first week it had alot of Hooch so I stopped adding water. The site that I got my info from says that you get a feel for it..and I have to say never having done this before I quickly developed the "feel".

    http://www222.pair.com/sjohn/blueroom/sour.htm

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    Thank you. I love making muffins from this recipie (shorter bake time and carmalized edges in every serving) but I never had the recipie for the starter.

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