dumm dmm dmm dmm DUMMMMMMMMMM
It’s not as if Jane Mason didn’t warn us, either:
[Put your starter] in a big plastic container with an airtight lid, or in a kilner jar (the kind with the rubber seal and the clip). Whatever you use, make sure it is big because your starter will continue to froth up for a day or 2 before it calms down.
-Jane Mason, All You Knead is Bread, p.95
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