Does Sourdough Starter Have to Be at Room Temp to Use in a Recipe?

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As I understand it, sourdough started can be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator. Most cooks agree that it is best to have the starter warmed to room temperature before you use it in a recipe. Some cooks use warm water in the recipe if they don't have time to warm the sourdough starter, but, warming it seems to be the best way to get desired results.
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