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How long does it take you to make a wholewheat sourdough starter?

I made one in winter and it took just over a week

I'm making another one now (it's been 30°C here for the last few days) and I'm only on day 3, and it keeps growing and growing.

Is it already ready?
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>>16454449
Sounds right. Whenever I made sourdough it took 3 or 4 days.
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Thinking about making sourdough for the first time, what do I need to know?
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>>16454449
it's ready when a freshly fed starter (ratio: 1:5:5, 1 part old sourdough, 5 parts flour, 5 parts water) doubles in size in 5-6 hours



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