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Ginger & Pickle

oh now that sounds yummy! Thanks for the recipe!
And yes! I, too, love to make bread for all the same reasons as you! (But mostly for the way it makes the house smell!)
We also buy our bread from a local farmer. She grinds her own organic spelt and rye and bakes every 2 weeks. So, we have lots on hand in the freezer to toast up!

mamaloves

I have always wanted to make my own bread but have never known were to begin. I always thought I needed an expensive bread maker. Do you use a bread maker? Can't wait for all your yummy recipes. Have a great day!

Tonya

That sounds delicious and it would be nice to have a new recipe!
Warm wishes.

Jan Scott


No, no bread maker at all.  For tomorrow's post I will take step-by-step bread making pictures...you'll be able to do it with no problems!

Elle Collins

I'm not sure why I can't see the comments to this post anymore.

Jan Scott


I'm not sure what has happened but I'm looking into it.

mamaloves

I can see the comments again thanks. If I were to use my Kitchenaid stand mixer would I knead on speed 2 for 2 minutes?

Mixing Bowl Mama

That sounds about right....until it all comes together and is soft.

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