Last month, after unsuccessfully shopping for a loaf of bread under $4 that did not list corn syrup as an ingredient, I started baking bread. As I’m neither a saint, nor a perfectionist, nor do I have time to knead bread while my children make “science experiments” out of any and all liquids they can find, I used a bread machine. Every other day for the past month, I have dutifully measured out and piled eight ingredients, one over the other, into a mountain of powders floating on a warm oil slicked foundation of water. I put the sloshy concoction into the bread machine, push some buttons, and four short hours later a loaf of whole wheat bread is born. Read more
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Thought of the Day
I think a lot of people confuse the high road with the complacent road. Sometimes the high road is the fight.