Bread Maker

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“Put me in a bread maker with you, we’ll rise together.”

 (Poem by Mark Heathcote)

If there is one thing that I am setting my sights on right now it’s become a skillful bread maker. I can make cookies of any kind without a recipe and recite the necessary ingredients and ratios on command for a number of other baked goods. My loaves of bread, however, seem to fall a little flat (see the picture below for a visual representation). Yikes. Don’t get me wrong, the bread that came from that floppy wad of dough was super delicious but it wasn’t exactly what I expected.

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Stay tuned for pictures of delicious bread and the recipes to make them! If you have any old tricks up your sleeve, you can leave them in the comment section below.

Until next time, and as always, thanks for reading!

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SOS: Why didn’t it get big and fluffy?

 

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