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The mental health benefits of baking your own bread

The mental health benefits of baking your own bread

Posted on 17. Sep, 2016 by .

Hand made bread is delicious and, thankfully, it's much easer to buy it than it used to be.  Consumers' interest in high quality, small batch, local products is large and growing - in fact it's one of the main food trends and will continue for the next decade.  Small producers are at the leading edge […]

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Why should I soak seeds and grains before I bake bread?

Why should I soak seeds and grains before I bake bread?

Posted on 05. Nov, 2015 by .

Soaking things in water before cooking and baking with them is an oddly important tradition for many people in many parts of the world.  Certainly, in Germany, where my mother is from, you would never get seeds or grains in bread that had not been soaked first.  I do know know why it is not […]

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Easy rye bread recipes

Easy rye bread recipes

Posted on 05. Nov, 2015 by .

It's fantastic that more and more people are becoming hip to rye bread.  Rye is tasty, good for you, provides a welcome alternative to wheat bread, and compliments certain food (smoked meat and fish, strong cheese) really well. The great thing is that baking with rye is really easy. There are a few characteristics of […]

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Can I freeze bread? (includes a free recipe for raisin bread!)

Can I freeze bread? (includes a free recipe for raisin bread!)

Posted on 16. Apr, 2015 by .

Many people wonder what to do when they have too much bread.  Of course you can turn it into other things:  croutons, breadcrumbs, gazpacho, bread pudding, apple charlotte...or if you really cannot be bothered to do any more cooking, you can freeze it. Bread freezes beautifully.  Simply wrap it in wax paper (greaseproof paper) if […]

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