Congratulations! You have successfully developed an active sourdough starter. You have gone through the tedious sourdough starter development process that was time consuming, flour intensive, and filled with many points where you asked “is this ever going to be active”. After making your first sourdough loaf you may ask, do I have to continue to … Continue reading How to Maintain Your Active Sourdough Starter
The USTA recently announced that it will go ahead and host the US Open this year from August 31st to September 13th. Some of the notable changes due to the pandemic include: no fans, fewer lead up tournaments to the US Open, no Qualifying Tournament, and a reduced doubles draw size. Every tennis fan around … Continue reading 3 reasons it won’t be the same for the winner of the 2020 US Open
To create my active sourdough starter, I followed one of the many sourdough starter tutorials (see here for the one I used). After following the steps for 7 days as the tutorial and many others state, I did not have a fully developed active starter. After aggregating information from a number of sources and through … Continue reading 4 tips to 50% faster sourdough starter development
Every competitive tennis player should learn to string a tennis racket. However, every tennis player does not necessarily need to string their own racket. Tennis players often think learning to string a tennis racket means buying a tennis stringer and stringing all of their own rackets because of the following benefits: Financial – after the … Continue reading Why tennis players should learn to string rackets
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