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The Death and Life of My Sourdough Starter

Sourdough bread was not a part of my childhood. My mother was a wonderful baker who created fluffy baking powder biscuits and delicious cookies every day – the house smelled like a pastry shop when we came home from school. But she rarely made bread. In the 60s, Wonder Bread was the star of the bread world. My mother was frugal yet trendy, and our school lunches started with white bread sandwiches cut into triangles and wrapped in crisp waxed paper. As an adult, I held my own in the kitchen, but never really…

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