If I am being honest, I am not entirely sure I ever thought I would actually make a real loaf of bread from scratch the Tartine way. Well on Wednesday afternoon after 3 weeks of trial and error with a from scratch culture, leaven, proofing and finally baking, I Made Bread!!! Not only did it look beautiful, it tasted amazing! We have already eaten 1 1/2 of the two loaves. While I feel like this is a major accomplishment in my bread making journey I understand it as crossing the starting line not the finish line. So keep looking for weekly bread making updates as I experiment with the great breads from Tartine and a new book I bought; The Bread Bakers Apprentice.
January 21, 2011
The Great Bread Making Experiment: Day 22 or; The Fruits of My Labor
I find too many things interesting, I'm in love with my family, author of Hollow Faith (CYMT 2012), ExtraOrdinary (YM360, 2014) and Organic Student Ministry (Chalice Press, 2015) and I hang out with youth for a living. View all posts by stephenlingram
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