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Baking using Stored Foods

Baking using Stored Foods

Baking tgivingdessert2This is what I do for storing ingredients for baking.  First I buy a bag of wheat and preserve it in gallon size containers.  This will provide you with top rate whole wheat flour.  You will also want to store soft white wheat if you want some good pastry flour (it is still whole wheat, just a different variety of wheat).  You already have a wheat grinder of course, right?  That comes right after a cook stove in my opinion. There is an old saying that calls bread the “staff of life” because it is a very basic food that supports life.  You can find some form of bread in virtually every society. Continue reading Baking using Stored Foods

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Bread, the life giving staple of humanity!

Bread, the life giving staple of humanity
Host: Dean “The Prepared Canadian”

breadBread is often referred to as the life giving staple of humanity.  Every culture on earth has its own version and they feed it to prisoner’s right?  Well, OK, maybe that last part is just folklore, but let’s face it, there simply is no better way to enjoy all that peanut butter and homemade jam you have stored up in the pantry.

The problem is…how can you make bread during or just after a disaster?  The stores are closed, the power is out, and the stove doesn’t work!  Well, there are a few ways you can turn your stored up flour into golden loaves.

breadThis week we’ll talk about different ways t make bread with or without yeast.  I’ll discuss ways to use a simple bread machine and which setting work best.  If you simply can’t generate power for a bread machine, don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to get your daily loaf such as sourdough.  I’ll tell you how to capture wild yeast in a simple mixture of flour and water, but if that doesn’t work out for you, I have a cheat tip to help it along. Continue reading Bread, the life giving staple of humanity!

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Do you like bread? All kinds of bread!

For this episode of “The Homestead Honey Hour” Noreen is at the mic and was joined by Honey, Katzcradul.  The topic of the week?  BREAD!  Naan, Chipati, Pita, Tortilla, Lavash, Taboon, Injera, Oatcakes, Johnnycakes, Pancakes and traditional daily loaves, are all bread.  Bread spans culture and tradition.  It is the one food source that is on every table in every culture, every single day.  A staple the world around that has evolved to supply humans with necessary nutrients from the beginning of time.  Bread plays an important role in our lives from sustenance to spirituality.  Did you know that the earliest archeological evidence of flour was found to be over 30,000 years ago?  Flour = Bread and the rest is history!  Listen to this informative and entertaining show in the player below.

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Preppers and Bread! All kinds of bread.

I LIKE BREAD! I make my own bread so take special interest in this upcoming show. If you like bread as much as I, here’s your heads up!

This week, Thursday 8:00pm/Ct. on “The Homestead Honey Hour” Noreen is at the mike and will be joined by Honey, Katzcradul.  The topic of the week?  BREAD!  Naan, Chipati, Pita, Tortilla, Lavash, Taboon, Injera, Oatcakes, Johnnycakes, Pancakes and traditional daily loaves, are all bread.  Bread spans culture and tradition.  It is the one food source that is on every table in every culture, every single day.  A staple the world around that has evolved to supply humans with necessary nutrients from the beginning of time.  Bread plays an important role in our lives from sustenance to spirituality.  Did you know that the earliest archeological evidence of flour was found to be over 30,000 years ago?  Flour = Bread and the rest is history!  Please join us for what will certainly be a fun filled and fact filled show about one of the most popular foods on the planet!  Bread!  Afterall, you can’t have a peanut butter sandwich without it!

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