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Bread Doesn’t Come in a Bag

New York City’s Sullivan Street Bakery publishes a no-knead bread recipe on its site — I’ve also seen it appear in The New York Times within the last few years, and it’s a staple in Mark Bittman’s food bible, How to Cook Everything.  It’s the only yeast bread I’ll attempt because it takes very little (working) time and usually comes out quite well (except the time I put tablespoons instead of teaspoons of salt in it and gave it to a friend after she had a baby…ooops).  If you’re into the bread/gluten thing (which I know is likely controversial among people who read a wellness blog), this one is definitely worth a try.  Worst case, your kitchen will smell amazing and your kids will know that bread doesn’t grow in a plastic bag.  And best case, you have something scrumptious to dip into your soup.  Enjoy!

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  1. I totally want to try this! Haven’t actually made bread since I lived in a co-op in college….xox

    July 24, 2013
    • this is super easy — give it a shot! you just have to plan ahead (not my forte, but i can manage planning 24 hours ahead)!

      July 24, 2013

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