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Freezing Friendship Bread starter???

I made this several times last year, as someone brought in a bunch of the starter to work.  We used the gallon ziplock bags and smooshed it around, but you had to be careful to let the excess gases out of the bag.... on of the other nurses had hers explode in her kitchen!  Messy.

Now I remember several months later, one of the docs wanted some more starter and one of the nurses brought him in one that she had frozen.  Now, I didn't say anything but I question if this starter would work anymore.  Wouldn't the freezing process kill or deactivate the yeast?  Has anyone else tried this??


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