Sourhouse Cooling Puck (3 Pack)
What if your AC breaks on a hot summer day and you do see Goldie’s temperature lamp turn red?
Well we made the Sourhouse Cooling Puck to help you get back into the Goldilocks Zone.
Just take a Cooling Puck out of the freezer and put it on top of your jar to cool things down while you are preparing your starter for a bake. Goldie will provide just enough warmth to keep your starter from dropping below the Goldilocks Zone while using a Cooling Puck.
This 3 pack of Cooling Pucks allows you to rotate in frozen pucks to extend your cooling time.
Included in package:
- 3 Sourhouse Cooling Pucks
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I use the Cooling Puck in a Robert Welch 8/10 Stainless Steel 'Drift' Double-Walled Wine Cooler.
The cooler has a 100mm internal diameter.
The Cooler Puck has an 85mm diameter.
A 75cl Champagne bottle has [typically] an 80mm diameter at the bottom.
Plus, the top surface contour of the Cooler Puck is the ideal shape to fit into a wine bottle's base.
The silicone patch on the base of Cooler Puck also stops the puck from sliding around inside the wine cooler.
There is a 7.5mm gap all around the Cooling Puck to the wine cooler's internal sidewall.
No ice, no water, no mess - just perfectly chilled wine.
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Although in Alaska we may not have to use a cooling puck much, it is great to have a quick way to adjust the starter temperature when things do get hot (in the summer, occasionally they do...). I love that this is so well thought out for caring for your sourdough. Great system!
Thanks for giving the Cooling Pucks some love Karyn!
Great addition to the Goldie, especially if you deal with warm ambient temps!
I live in the hot and humid southeast of the USA. I basically stop baking in the Summer because it is so damn hot and my starter runs away from me. I have tried out a cool puck in my kitchen when I arrived this Winter and successful pulled the tempurature down 8 degrees. Turning the warming on brought it back up into the Goldilocks zone.
I am excited to try this out this Summer in the real heat and to do more baking this year!