This week’s Challenge: making sourdough starter

I love baking and after an array of cakes, cookies and muffins, my obvious step was to bake a loaf of bread.

Now bread making is no child’s play since you are at the mercy of the tiny little yeast that make your bread oh so soft and juicy.   So after being tormented by yeast not proofing correctly, I thought of trying another method which brought me to creating a sourdough bread.

My challenge here is to make a sourdough  starter, perk up my dough with it and then pray to God like there’s no tomorrow for my bread to rise.

With the first two steps done, I am now waiting patiently for nature to act on it. This is a huge project for me because of all the learning experience I am getting, after all its an entirely new technique for me (and I am not sure whether I’ve nailed it).

Wish me luck people and any of you who have experience on working with sourdough starters and making bread from them, please please please: GUIDE ME.. for there is one thing I have realised; knowledge is best preserved when shared.

Hoping to get some tips from all you avid bakers and bread lovers 🙂



  1. oh i had the worst experience ever… i am yet to understand what went wrong. i mean nothing happened. and off they went to my kitchen bin 😦
    good luck with yours 🙂

    1. baking bread is still a mystery to me. twice it came out so perfect and now its a no show. I might give u baking breads.. cakes, cookies, tarts and quiches is what i need to stick with 😦

  2. hey tried the ginger cookies yesterday after work 😦 something went terribly wrong 😦 had to trash the whole lot and the dough too.. guess i am those who just can’t desserts right 🙂 and i envy you

    1. OMG, how come? hope u did not over mix the dough. I know how disappointing it would have been. Let me know where I can help you in your next try 🙂

  3. yupe sure thing, 🙂 and there’s one thing i have learnt, desserts aren’t my thing 🙂 so please, put up some nice savoury stuff so guess am moving to the pastas 🙂

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