Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Biblical bread

i.e. it needs a miracle. (Got eaten though.)


Anonymous said...

I owuld try to pass it off as 'posh' bread ;0) I've got a bread maker and usually the bread turns out fine, unless I need to be fine of course!! ;0)

Liz said...

Yes, I called it flat olive bread. It was actually a reasonable thickness. For flat bread that is!

And the other one was fine until I decided to scatter onions on the top. That's when it sank in the middle.

Posh bread, definitely.

Wolfie said...

Still turned out better than my efforts at bread making I'm sure. Mine were always reluctant to rise and hard as a brick. Well it’s the taste isn't it? If its edible that is.

Mind you it doesn't look much different from the "taste the difference" loaf at my local Sainsbury's, just needs a sprig of rosemary stuffed on top to double its price.

Joy Des Jardins said...

Well, it might not have been perfect, but it still looks pretty good to me Liz. I'm a bread-a-holic....yummmm.

chux said...
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chux said...

yes it does look....interesting!

I was watching something on Tv the other day about bread. They were saying good bread can cost £7 and that this is because it is made in the most healthy way possible for us. By all accounts most bread we buy in the supermarket is only allowed a few mins to rise to save on production costs.
The best bread is left overnight apparently, and this makes it more digestable for us.

Learn something new everyday!

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