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If you aren’t saving your sourdough discard yet, start now. Any starter that is not used during its active phase for bread making or starter that is used to simply refresh your starter on a regular basis, can be saved in a jar in your fridge.
I use ours frequently for crackers, waffles, muffins, and other discard recipes. I have used discard that was up to a month old.
These waffles are perfect for throwing together a quick breakfast with leftover discard the morning of. If you have time to prepare, I recommend doing the overnight sourdough sponge method for my other Sourdough Pumpkin Spice Waffles recipe.