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June 6, 2010
April 1, 2009
Thank you Melinda, I hope you will let us know how your bread baking endevors go.
I know there are young Mothers that have little to no time to do some of the little things they want to do for their Family and that is certainly understandable, and I admire them for what they are doing, raising a Family is no easy task.
When I was working, and had a bit of extra time when making bread, I would measure out the amount of flour I needed for a batch of bread and put it in a zip-lock bag, and then put the dry ingriedients, minus the yeast, in a sandwich baggie ot small air tight container--, this makes sort of a home made bread mix kit. Since I store my yeast in the freezer, it is the first thing I measure out so it can warm up just a bit.
Take care, and happy baking.
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