From the book:
In Memory of Janie Johnson/submitted by John Freyburger ( deceased-both)
2 C. FLOUR
2 C. WARM WATER
1 PKG. DRY YEAST OR 1 YEAST CAKE
MIX WELL AND PLACE IN A WARM PLACE OVERNIGHT. IN THE MORNING, PUT 1 1/2 C. OF STARTER IN CONTAINER, ADD 3 TBS. OF SUGAR ON TOP...DO NOT STIR MIXTURE...REFRIGERATE THE CONTAINER OF STARTER FOR FUTURE USE...
THE REMAINING BATTER CAN BE USED IMMEDIATELY, FOR PANCAKES, CAKES, MUFFINS, BREAD, ETC.
WHEN REMOVING STARTER FOR A RECIPE, BE SURE TO ADD 3 TBS. SUGAR ON TOP. DO NOT STIR.
FOR BEST RESULTS USE GLASS, PLASTIC, OR POTTERY CONTAINER.
NEVER USE A METAL CONTAINER OR METAL SPOONS. A GOOD STARTER CONTAINS ONLY FLOUR, SUGAR, AND YEAST. IT HAS A CLEAN SOUR MILK ODOR. TO CARRY IT TO CAMP, ADD ENOUGH FLOUR TO SHAPE A BALL AND PLACE IT IN A SACK OF FLOUR.
WATER AND WARMTH, WILL BRING THE YEAST BACK TO ACTIVE STAGE.
(I didnt know the lady....but did know John Freyburger)
some of these recipes are from old people that started out here in Seminole, if you want more reicpes let me know, if you want to see the book itself let me know.
the first united methodist church published to sale for a fund raiser, so let me know if you need anymore information about it
Within ourselves; we carry a part of each other!! Sandyjay