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42. What is a good source for technical information?

42. What is a good source for technical information on sourdough starters?

Here are links to several useful and interesting technical sources :

The first four URLs are noted as "Long Technical Posts 1-4" by Dan Wing and are correspondence from Michael Gaenzle to Dan Wing. Michael is commenting on the first proof of Dan's book, The Bread Builders - Hearth Loaves and Masonry Ovens' by Dan Wing and Alan Scott, an excellent book by the way.See http://www.nyx.net/~dgreenw/whataboutdanwingsnewbookth.html for my review.

Long Technical Post 1 by Dan Wing

Long Technical Post 2 by Dan Wing

Long Technical Post 3 by Dan Wing

Long Technical Post 4 by Dan Wing

More technical correspondence by Dan Wing

Sam Kinsey with some quotes and comments on yeast growth

Sam Kinsey with some quotes from the American Association of Cereal Chemists site

Search over 38 years of Cereal Chemistry Abstracts at http://www.scisoc.org/aacc/searchcs/

-Sam/Darrell

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