Breadmaking

Kim on March 1st, 2012

  I love cookbooks almost as much as sappy romance novels, and I’ve found a new one to recommend.  I’ve been baking bread for over a decade, but attended a class by author Lori Viets and learned that each of us can improve on this great homemaking skill.  Lori’s book, No More Bricks! Successful Whole Grain […]

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Kim on March 13th, 2010

Nothing beats the aroma of fresh homemade bread!  I believe it is my favorite way to rotate the wheat we store in vast amounts.  The web is full of great sites for breadmaking enthusiasts, with tips from professional bakers and experienced homemakers.  I love to peruse the varied bread recipes and techniques found on these sites.  […]

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Kim on April 25th, 2009

Whether you are new to breadmaking or a seasoned baker,  you can learn from home at www.pantrysecrets.net.  Two women from Pleasant Grove, Utah started out offering breadmaking classes from their homes and now offer their class and recipes on DVD (as well as from their homes if you’re in the area.  Classes are $20 per person […]

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Kim on April 16th, 2009

My friend Tamara hosted a whole wheat breadmaking class today and shared some great information and recipes. If you have seen recipes (like those I included in my previous post) that call for “dough enhancer” or “vital wheat gluten” but aren’t familiar with these ingredients, this information is very helpful.  Here is what Tamara shared: […]

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Kim on April 15th, 2009

Thank goodness I don’t have a gluten allergy! And, you won’t find me on a low-carb diet.  I wouldn’t survive one day.  I love breads.  Breadmaking is my favorite way to use my wheat storage.  I store hard white wheat and grind it at home with an electric wheat grinder.  The white wheat has a mild […]

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