5 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


This is the sourdough starter we use in all our sourdough baking. A hearty strain of wild yeast that has served us well for years.

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Sourdough Starter – Dry

This is the starter we use in all our sourdough baking here at Breadtopia. A hearty strain of wild yeast that has served us well for years.

For thousands of years, sourdough starter has been used to healthily and naturally leaven bread. Containing naturally occurring yeast and friendly Lactobacillus bacteria, sourdough starter also adds its own unique flavor profile to baked goods.

Follow the simple instructions on the back of the starter label to revive the dormant dried starter. Within a few days you should have a sufficient quantity of active starter to begin baking.

With regular feeding, your starter can be sustained indefinitely.

You’ll find a wide selection of sourdough bread recipes on our web site. For details on sourdough starter management, visit

I got your dried starter and shared it with a friend. Your starter is now happily bubbling in Scotland and Connecticut. It is the best starter! I made pancakes and bread both and it is wonderful! Thanks so much!Jacki Kennedy, Connecticut

Sourdough Starter – Dry

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Weight 0.4 lbs
Dimensions .1 x .1 x .1 in

4 reviews for Sourdough Starter – Dry

  1. 5 out of 5


    The starter arrived quickly and worked perfectly. I put it in a jar, added the recommended amount of flour and water, and the next morning I had bubbly starter. I fed it for a couple of days until I had enough (overfed once, it overflowed!) and made sourdough biscuits for breakfast. They were perfect! I haven’t had that taste in 30 years, since the last time I ate at the old Club Cafe in Santa Rosa, NM. Next project: a loaf of bread.

  2. 5 out of 5


    I bought my dry starter from you a few years ago and it is still going strong. I have two I keep going, one with water and the other with milk. I have made many oaves of bread and the biscuits made with it are so light and fluffy it’s unreal. Thanks Eric for a wonderful sourdough experience. You’re the best and your starter is too!! 😉

  3. 5 out of 5


    Works great! I switched it to rye after only 24h and successfully baked a whole grain rye bread already on the third day after I received the starter.
    The dough was nicely bubbling, you could almost hear the it rise. And it has a nice aroma.

  4. 5 out of 5


    Great starter! I’ve done sourdoughs off and on for years, but this is the first one that really , REALLY took off. I worried about the starter at first because it seemed sort of slow, but after a couple of days of feeding it off and on it was unstoppable. I’ve had it 2 weeks now and shared it with 2 people and made a couple of recipes, English Muffins and regular bread in loaves. For the one in loaves I used a recipe that utilized the autolyse method and honestly it was better than any I ever had in San Francisco.

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