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Adjust Your Baking for Whole Wheat Flour Like a True Flourist

Yep, you read the headline right. There is such a thing as a flourist. It is someone who concentrates mainly on the experimentation of baking with fresh flour and who has the affinity for the discovery of heritage grains and the craft of baking. Most of our grandmothers and ancestors used ...

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Converting Bread Recipes for Using a Bread Machine

Say you’ve been baking bread for more than 20 years; if you’re like me, there’s no nourishment comparable to a fresh loaf of dill bread, still warm from the oven. Your family members no doubt have their favorites, too – perhaps a rye loaf for ham sandwiches, or a banana nut bread for ...

Scone and Biscuit Mix Recipe

I love to give homemade gifts to my farm visitors. I have many farm guests who come to stay in my cabin for a day, weekend, or even a week. Many people come out to visit the countryside to take a break from the city and the hurried pace of life. I love getting to meet new people from all over ...

Don’t Blame your Bread Machine

It took me many years to realize that, if I used the right recipe method, my bread machine would produce loaves to die for. So, what is the right method? While it’s not the ONLY way to coax beautiful bread from a bread machine, you’ll have much better success with making bread if you ...

Bakers, Start Your Ovens!

“Ready, set, bake!” could have been the rallying cry for the 43rd Pillsbury Bake-Off® held recently in Dallas. One hundred finalists – 92 women and eight men ranging from age 27 to 72 and representing 35 states – vied for the grand prize of $1 million.Excitement and delicious aromas ...

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