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Bread, silent word of a gesture of friendship

Bread, which fundamentally unites men
and for which they wage war

The history of bread goes back at least 30,000 years. The first bread produced was probably cooked versions of a grain-paste, made from roasted and ground cereal grains and water, and may have been developed by accidental cooking or deliberate experimentation with water and grain flour. 841 more words


Seasonal Eating

I really admire people who truly eat seasonally, who won’t eat a tomato or peach in winter. I am personally far to wedded to my love of peppers to give them up in the winter but even I notice how my eating changes in the summer. 176 more words

How I Live

Back to basics

I have had an ongoing battle with sourdough bread over the years; last autumn I tried again and one more failure… so I’m girding up my baking loins and I’m going to have another go. 355 more words



(Photograph by Roybread) 

I came across the lovely Rachel (of Roybread) and her sourdough on Instagram (God bless social media). Based in West London Rachel bakes and hand delivers loaves of delicious sourdough every week. 870 more words


Adventures in sourdough.....

One of my passions is bread baking, I try to bake all of our own bread, and over the last year I have been baking sour dough breads more regularly, after capturing some wild yeasts under an apple tree last summer. 132 more words


four-ish 20% red fife breads (& experiments with la cloche)

When it comes to bread, I go in rather blind and haphazardly and emerge just about the same. So I thought that perhaps being a bit more systematic – i.e. 1,308 more words


PBJ's - Off the Chain (3)

Here we are with the third installment of PBJ’s Off the Chain. The sourdough pancakes are from childhood, and the bacon sandwich dipper was suggested by a fellow Bon Vivant. 71 more words

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