Now that I'm feeling increasingly confident with my pie making skills, I want to add another basic to my baking skill set - bread making. Have you seen all the sugar and processed ingredients in bread these days?! Seriously, look at the ingredient label on your bread! It's crazy how many ingredients are in there that shouldn't be - should soy really be in bread? Half of them I can hardly pronounce!
I want to be able to know what's truly in the food I'm feeding my family. Bread seems daunting but so did pie crust, and really it's flour, water, salt, yeast, and a little time, right? At least, that's what I'm hoping. To jumpstart my journey into bread making, I added a few staples from the experts to my queue at the library, The Bread Baker's Apprentice, Flour Salt Water Yeast, and The New Artisan Bread.
So...who's with me? Anyone else make bread at home?