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Finding 200 year old sprout have starter in Paris

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Hi fellow Francophiles. I am an avid bread baker and bake bread with a sourdough starter which I developed. I will be traveling to Paris in May and one of my stops in Paris will be the famous French bakery on rue Cler, Poilãne. I would like to ask for some of their 200 year old starter. My French is rudimentary. Could I say the following, "s'il vous plait, serait-il possible...levain" shrug and hold up my jar, hah! Thanks everyone.

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