How to make a natural rye sourdough starter
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       All of a sudden, almost 2 hours after the last feeding, the glass starter starts taking off. I had to deflate it four times until it finally collapsed. The plastic container starter was gradually rising and sped up after the feeding at 48:00 hours. Below is a sequence of photos taken in 1/2 hour intervalls during the time the glass container starter was active.       
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