15 Bread-Baking Recipes to Keep You Entertained

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If you’ve been on social media lately, chances are you’ve seen a bunch of people who know (and maybe some slightly more famous ones you don’t) trying out bread baking. I, for one, am very much team bread baking (all the time, not just when we’re looking for things to do while we’re staying at home), but I’ll admit that I was pretty surprised that it seemed like all of a sudden we’d all collectively decided that bread baking was the official social distancing hobby of choice.



Bread Baking Tips

If you’re a seasoned baker, by all means, keep doing what you’re doing, but if baking bread at home is brand new to you, there are some tips that can help you navigate your initial few loaves, until you get a bit more comfortable with it. First things first: if you don’t have a kitchen scale, add it to the top of your list for when you can run to the kitchen store in…

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