- 100g (1cup) +50g (1/2 cup) flour
- 100ml (6tbsp) oil
- 100ml (6tbsp) water
- 10g (2tsp) honey
- Place the 100g of flour, oil, water, and honey in a bowl.
- Mix well and knead, adding a little more flour as needed to keep the dough from sticking to your fingers. Let rest at least 2 days near a radiator.
- Add the remaining 50g of flour and knead again; let rest another 2 days. Your starter is ready to use.
- Make a thin batter of flour and lukewarm water.
- Let it stand in a warm place until it ferments and is full of bubbles. 2 cups of this liquid yeast is equal to 1 cup of old yeast.
- Yeast is good when it is foamy and full of beads, has a brisk pungent odor and has a snap and vim1. It is bad when it has an acid odor, is watery and has a tin film on top.
- vim: lively or energetic spirit; enthusiasm; vitality.
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