Alexander at King Arthur

July 15, 2021 at 6:28pm

In reply to by Patricia Floyd (not verified)

Hi Patricia! The fact that your starter was more thickly concentrated in the center than around the edges could certainly contribute to the difference in color. Additionally, if the starter was a bit hungry before being dried out, the yellowish parts could be explained as yellow is one of a few colors that starters begin to turn when they are forming a liquid on top called hooch which is a sign that they are hungry. 

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