Introducing my new wild yeast. It’s apple yeast! This one smells soooo nice. It’s just like apple cider.
The method is simple and easy, the same as the raisins (or prunes) yeast. One chopped up apple, skin on and core and seeds everything, and some water and a teaspoon of honey. (Do not use Manuka honey – the anti-bacterial properties of it prevent fermentation. You can also use sugar if you prefer.) AND if you have already made liquid yeast like me (previous raisins one), add a tea spoon of that. It will develop faster! So I make new liquid just before I finishing off the previous one.
I am making starter with this apple yeast at the moment and it’s looking good! Can’t wait to bake some goodies with this yeast. 😀