This paradigm shift we’re experiencing right now is forcing our family to think in new or rather old ways. A few years back I purchased Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois for myself, my daughter-in-law and my best friend for Christmas.
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When I purchased the book, I was very excited about having home baked bread that was not labor intensive and didn’t require an expensive bread machine. Recipes include The Master Recipe, which is for enjoying an artisan loaf every day and so simple to make. If you want to step it up a notch, there are recipes for pizza, flatbreads and pastries.
My daughter-in-law decided now was the time to dust off the book and start making daily fresh bread. Yeah! The less trips to the grocery store, the better. We had our first slice yesterday for lunch. It’s slightly heavier than store bought bread, but still light enough that your family who only eats white Wonder Bread will love. It’s also a healthy addition to your meal that is actually quite filling.
Our prayers are constantly with our country, our leaders and for those families who are experiencing loss and sickness. We’re trying to redeem the time.
redeeming the time, because the days are evil. Ephesians 5:16