To the folks at The Public Science Lab at North Carolina State University, it’s a science experiment—and one that anyone can do at home with minimal materials.
Instead of using yeast from a packet, sourdough bread is made with wild yeast harvested from the air.
This concoction is called a sourdough starter.
To participate, all you need is flour, water, and time.
There are plenty of sourdough recipes online, but The Public Science Lab asks that you follow their instructions to ensure all starters are grown under fairly similar conditions.

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