Good bread starts with the wheat. Once the wheat is harvested, the grains are carefully milled into flour, and the baker lovingly makes the bread. By the time it reaches your table, you should have a loaf that not only tastes good, but is good for you. This my friends, is the bread experience! The kind you'll want to share with your family and friends.We love to hear your bread stories. Please share them on Facebook or submit your favorite recipe to be featured on the blog.
Today, my featured guest blogger is Sissy from the blog Eat Bread with Me. I met Sissy a couple of months ago at the Masters Bread-Baking Class at the Asheville Bread Festival. During the masters’ class, we learned more about bread-baking through hands-on demonstrations, but we also had the opportunity to network with other bakers around the country. I wanted to showcase Sissy’s bread because
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