Mad about bread

Over the past  year I’ve bought bread from a shop on only a handful of occasions. The rest of the time I make my own – usually one loaf a week. I’ve gone through many recipes and types. White sandwich loaves, wholemeal loaves, rolls, bagels. Sourdough of course! I still make sourdough on occasion.

But my long-time favourite is now linseed and soya bread. It is much healthier than white bread (containing linseed, rye flour, oats) – but is packed with taste. It doesn’t have that ‘dull but healthy’ taste that some wholemeal breads have.

Best of all? It’s a doddle to make. I maintain that anybody can make bread. There is no big secret to it.

The recipe I use is Dan Leppard’s, here. Pictures of it above, made in a loaf tin (bought for £1 from the Poundshop in Brixton, no less!). I usually hand-shape my dough, as per other images I’ve posted. But this loaf above was destined for the freezer so baking it in a loaf tin and then slicing it, just made it a bit easier.

About Milo

I write about anything and everything which may include, but is not limited to: travel, photography, television, books, cinema, the arts and importantly - food and wine. And I’m desperately seeking Steven. Among other things.
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4 Responses to Mad about bread

  1. mancais says:

    ‘Eyup missus. Your bread looks and sounds delicious.

  2. Looks very professional!!

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