I love bread. Bread is love.  Is making your own bread self-love? Because I’m okay with that.  This bread is delicious and I suspect it can be customized to any crazy extent but this is my second time making it so I’m still basically sticking to the recipe which is here: Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day.  I think the original is a white bread, but this is their whole wheat.

Toss together dry ingredients.

Some white flour, lots of wheat flour, some yeast, some salt, some vital wheat gluten. Stir well!

Mix in tons of water.  (Next time one of the cups should be beer!)

Let stand 2 hrs. It starts like this, but leave the lid cracked and…

… it  grows to this.  Stick in fridge and use for up to 2 weeks.

To use, make a little loaf (or a big loaf, who’s judging?).  Throw it on some cornstarch and let stand 90 minutes.

Make fancy, bake 30 minutes.

Smell the yummy bread.

Try to wait for it to cool.  Go find a knife.


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