Daily Guide to Making Your Own Sourdough Starter

Making your own sourdough starter shouldn’t be complicated. I want to help get you started with day-by-day video instructions.

glass jar on countertop

Have you heard all the hoopla around sourdough lately? Maybe you put sourdough on the printable list of homemaking skills I shared a few weeks ago but it just seems complicated and overwhelming. I’m hoping to get you started on your journey to making delicious sourdough recipes in no time with a day-by-day video guide! We will walk through each step daily so that you’ll have no question whether you’re doing this sourdough thing right.

Who can join?

The videos are for anyone but will be geared toward beginners like myself! I’m going to show you the steps of creating a sourdough starter in just a few minutes a day. I promise not to get scientific or overcomplicate the process. Just quick and easy to follow instructions in a day-by-day format.

Where can I watch?

Videos will post daily to instagram and my YouTube channel.

When will we begin our sourdough starter?

We will begin our class on January 24th and videos will be posted daily. However, don’t worry if you can’t start Monday. You’ll be able to view the daily videos on my YouTube channel anytime.

glass jar with sourdough starter from top

What will I need to get started making sourdough?

  1. Flour: You’ll want to stock up on flour before we get started. You’ll go through it pretty quickly as we get your starter going. I use King Arther Unbleached All Purpose but you can use whatever you like best.
  2. Water: As long as your water isn’t chlorinated you’ll be fine. However, filtered water is best.
  3. Glass Jars: I love the look and size of these Weck Jars but again, you can use any glass jar or bowl to get going and then decide later what you want to store your starter in more permanently.
  4. Wooden Spoon: Wooden spoons are best for stirring your sourdough starter. You can pick up a wooden spoon anywhere or grab this set of 3.
  5. Tea Towel: These will be used to cover your starter as it sits out. You’ll want something loose that isn’t airtight in the beginning. Again, you can use what you have or get a set of these flour sack cloths to use.

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jar with starter covered by white towel on stove top

How do I sign up?

All you need to do is fill out the info below and I’ll send over an email with all the details so you won’t miss a thing.

See you in the kitchen!

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