Do you buy your bread at the store in those nasty, cellophane-bagged loaves? Oh my goodness, why?
It’s really, really bad for you. Check out all the reasons why, here.
Not only is it terribly unhealthy, once you’ve had delicious homemade bread on a regular basis, you’ll realize that it also tastes awful. I find the gummy consistency sticks in my throat and that the flavor is incredibly sweet and bland.
If you’re just getting started with homemade bread, do I have a book for you.
“Never Buy Bread Again – 20+ Homemade Bread Recipes” is designed for the beginning baker and those who enjoy quick and easy homemade breads.
It’s also fun for those who remember recipes “like grandma used to make” and want to recapture that flavor in their own kitchen.
It was written by my friend, Laurie Neverman, of Common Sense Homesteading, and I’ve already seen a drool-inducing copy. (Plus tasted some of her yummy, homemade gluten-free bread!)
You are going to love it.
In this book you’ll find lots of wonderful stuff:
• Troubleshooting tips so you can bake without fear
• Easy everyday breads such as sandwich bread and crusty French bread
• Quick breads such as buttermilk biscuits, corn bread and pancakes
• Gluten free breads
• Holiday and special occasion breads, like fruit filled kolache, Polish doughnuts and pretzel bread
• How to store and freeze breads (before and after baking) for best quality
• Fun bread “go alongs” like flavored butters and cheese fondue
• Recipes to make with leftover bread
The book includes full-color photos, so you know what the finished bread should look like, and stories from our family about the recipes and baking traditions. It has a spiral binding so that it lays flat on the kitchen counter for easy reading while cooking.
The spiral binding is the reason that there is a Kickstarter – you can’t get that from Amazon because of on-demand printing, but Laurie isn’t just asking for a freebie. Your donation will get you all sorts of wonderful bonuses while you wait for your beautiful book to arrive.
Once the print run is successfully funded through Kickstarter, copies will be available for $19.95 plus shipping and handling, but you can preorder your copy (along with Kickstarter bonuses including an extra pdf copy) for $25. The pdf is available through Kickstarter for a $10 contribution. The Kickstarter wraps up on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 11:59 PM CDT.
Get your order in today!
Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, adventure-seeking, globe-trotting blogger. She is the founder and publisher of three websites. 1) The Organic Prepper, which is about current events, preparedness, self-reliance, and the pursuit of liberty; 2) The Frugalite, a website with thrifty tips and solutions to help people get a handle on their personal finances without feeling deprived; and 3) PreppersDailyNews.com, an aggregate site where you can find links to all the most important news for those who wish to be prepared. Her work is widely republished across alternative media and she has appeared in many interviews.
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Unless you are growing your own non-GMO grains in a greenhouse, there is no reason to think that baking your own bread will produce a healthier outcome than eating the garbage that the grocer sells. Unless one has read Grain Brain and Wheat Belly, one may as eat whatever tastes goos and hoipe for the best.
Not true – while you may be grain-free, for people who are not, using organic grains and no chemicals makes for a much healthier, tastier loaf.
Does the book have a recipe for seeded rye read ? One can buy non GMO grains. Plus when you make your own there are no preservatives or so called enrichment chemicals added!
There’s a buttermilk rye and a Swedish Limpa rye bread, no seeded rye bread.
I buy Ezekiel 100% sprouted bread what’s wrong with that??