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|Richard in Cincy||
I don't know...
Joined: Dec 12, 2005
Posted to Thread #30295 at 6:44 pm on May 21, 2018
I've never used one so I don't know how low the temp goes. The salt-rising starter recipe I use from Joy of Cooking has a temp of 100F for 12 hours or so. Link is previous discussion with SteveLA when he was wanting to make it.
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