Monday, May 24, 2010

Bread Making Mama

I've been trying to stay focused on eating healthier. I even have my husband staying on track this time. We've been shopping at the Farmer's Markets and health food stores. I love this time of year because all the fresh produce that's available. It's easy to find meats, fruits, and veggies but not so easy to find healthy breads. I read an article on all those horrible preservatives they use in breads that line the shelves at the grocery stores. It scared the dickn's out of me. I'm currently looking to make my own whole grain bread but don't know where to start. I have read several reviews on bread makers but I really would love some advice from someone who is experienced in the bread making area. Any suggestions?


  1. I wouldn't say I am experienced when it comes to baking homemade bread, but I have done it before. This article is a good start: You don't need a bread machine for this recipe and it is pretty easy, you just need to make it several times to get the hang of it. Most of my cookbooks are still in storage but I will try to find a recipe for grainy bread that we've made a lot before and send it to you sometime.


  2. In fact bread baking/making is very easy and it tastes wonderful, but I don't think I'm able to translate any recipes, so sorry.

    Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog, I've commented back for you. :)

  3. Well, years ago I had a bread making machine. I used it a few times and then got rid of it. You'll have to let us know if you come across any great recipes. This is the first time I'm saying this online (I've got to email you and tell you what's been going on), my little brother is getting married in October. I'm in the wedding and the dress looks so bad on me. I'm trying to lose weight but I could try harder. CRY!