Sekowa Baking Ferment can be used to make a batch of starter which will keep in your fridge for a couple of months, to be used up as you make bread. This is how you go about it.
Using a large (2-3 litre) bowl, add the Sekowa Special Baking Ferment granules to the water and stir, ensuring there are no lumps.
Mix in the wholemeal and white flour to form a slack dough using your trusty dough whisk!
Cover well (clingfilm) and leave somewhere warm for 12-18 hours.
After this time, the mixture will be bubbling.
Stir the water and flours into the slack dough. The result will be somewhat stiffer.
Leave to stand somewhere warm for at least 5-10 hours.
The mixture will double in volume during this time, and from this stage onwards is ready to use. It will collapse down on itself - this is normal. Keep it in a covered or sealed container in your fridge for upto a couple of months, using it as required. You may see some clear, grey liquid appear at the top over time - just pour it away (Or stir it back in, if you prefer).