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dear genespark, thanks so much for all the handy tips. This is my first time experimenting with Amish bread. So, all the tips from you guys are greatly appreciated. Am I understanding you correctly, that if the starter is refrigeratored you can bake anytime you want? Anyway, tomorrow is my big day at baking it, and with all the help I've received, it should be fine. Guess what you're getting for Christmas?
A sourdough starter will last for years if properly fed and kept. In the days of the Alaska gold rush, the prospectors would keep their sourdough starter the consistency of putty and then carry it in small leathern sacs under their armpit to keep it from freezing. Sorry for that bit if unwanted information. At least I didn't mention that the sacs were from a particular anatomical part of a buck.