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Bill Karoly
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I love to bake, especially sourdough.
I love to bake, especially sourdough.

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Just Make A Batch of Sourdough Bread!
I am calling this post, Just Make a Batch of Sourdough Bread, because sometimes you need a little encouragement. We all need it sometimes. I have been running low on some granules of Valentina's and Babo's San Francisco Sourdough Starter. My last post was o...

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Restoring A Sourdough Starter From Long Term Refrigeration
Restoring A Sourdough Starter From Long Term Refrigeration I like to store my sourdough starters in the fridge and I tend to do it long-term without feeding. Whenever I am ready to reactivate a sourdough starter I take it out of the fridge, stir the liquid ...

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My Current Thoughts
Current Thoughts..... Feeding a starter. You do not need to dump out half when feeding. Sometimes I make pancakes and so Ill use a larger jar to feed the starter without dumping any down the drain. Sometimes I add just a tablespoon or two rather than dumpin...

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My grandson. Future mad scientist.

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I Need to Wake Up One of My Starters
I have been suffering from Post Concussion Syndrome and nothing is working and my head seems like it's getting worse, not better. One of my starters, Wasatch Willy's Great Salt Lake Sourdough Starter I was keeping active on the counter but I found I have ha...

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Fresh Sourdough Today from Wasatch Willy's Great Salt Lake Sourdough Starter
I made a fresh batch of sourdough bread today using my exclusive Wasatch Willy's Great Salt Lake Sourdough Starter. Normally I make boules but the last two times I made bread I have been too lazy so instead I used my nice long Norpro pans my daughter bought...

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This is a vase I designed using CorelDraw X5. I created the curve in Corel, copied and pasted into Inkscape, saved as an SVG file and imported into Tinkercad. When I finished and was satisfied with the design I exported the vase as an STL file. Then I loaded it into Meshmixer to clean it up and add support. It was sliced with Cura 15.02.1 and took over 39 hours to print because I slowed the printer way down and forgot about it. It should have taken 24 hours if I had not fiddled with the Speed setting in the Tune menu of the printer.
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