Easy Artisan Bread

About a year ago, I asked for this book as a present. I had really begun to get into the depths of cooking and was looking at how to make more things from scratch.

Bread,  I thought, was tricky. It had to be kneaded and demanded your attention periodically. I could deal with that every once in a while, but I wanted something low maintenance and easy to come back to.

I saw some recipes from the 5 minutes a day Healthy Bread book scattered across the web and thought it was something I should try. The book transformed my world of bread.

I bought whole wheat flour, vital wheat gluten, a large jar of yeast, and other ‘different’ ingredients. The first bread I tried was a Turkish pear bread. It was divine. I loved how there were your traditional whole wheats, pumpernickel, rye but also breads with fruits and veggies, and recipes for flatbreads, crackers, and breadsticks.

Every visit I have home, I’m almost always making some sort of recipe from the book. This was just a whole wheat loaf, but it hit the spot and kept me wanting more.

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About Kristina

I'm a college student who's a self-proclaimed foodie, book lover, and exerciser. Balancing life, school, exercise, and my hobbies isn't easy but I'm making it work and trying to live healthy along the way.

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Welcome to FoodNook!

Hi! I'm Kristina and a college student who loves food, eating, fitness, and variety of other fun things! I have a combined love of food and fitness and trying to balance it all into my busy life. FoodNook is my way of documenting my experiences and adventures in navigating healthy living on my own and trying out new things.
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