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"Capture wild microbes and turn them into bread – for science!"

MikeG | Apr 22, 202007:09 PM     1

I don't think this has been posted before, but particularly in light of the recent spate of sourdough-related posts/threads, I thought some people might be interested in contributing (data) to this project (or maybe just reading about it ;) ), which came to my attention via an summary of the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corp) program "Growing a sourdough starter? This microbiology researcher wants to know about it" (www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-curre...).

The "Science of Sourdough" project at NC State University (http://robdunnlab.com/projects/scienc...) apparently has a sub-project devoted to obtaining and analyzing info submitted by growers/users of self-started sourdough cultures. The sub-project's page is here: http://robdunnlab.com/projects/wildso...

Wild Sourdough

A Science of Sourdough Project Capture wild microbesand turn them into bread – for science!To make your own sourdough starter, all you need is flour...

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