Ever since we lived in a remote Eskimo village (teaching Eskimos), Mary has made most of our own bread. Summer is busy, but winter brings more free time for things like baking bread. We have noticed a renewed interest in baking your own bread, especially with the younger set. So far this winter, Mary has had two sessions with 5 different gals. During one of those lessons, Mary tried grinding wheat berries (don’t ask me why they call them berries?), to make her own flour. She mixed this with her normal white flour to create a coarse textured bread with great flavor. I have included a photo of one of our favorites: an artisan bread with rosemary and lemon.
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