• April 24, 2020

    Let them eat cheesecake

    Surviving the apocalypse is about more than washing your hands and keeping 6 feet between you and another human being. It’s also about finding ways to maintain mental stability in a time when things are anything but stable. Times like these call for cheesecake.

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  • April 17, 2020

    Bread Baking 101 – Avoiding the Nasty Bits

    Everyone has experienced the nasty bits of bread baking at one time or another. Let’s demystify some of the things that can go wrong along the way so that you can avoid ending up with loaves that look like SpongeBob.

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  • April 11, 2020

    You have nothing to fear but… baking bread?

    For many newcomers to the kitchen, baking is scary. And baking bread is the scariest. There are an unlimited number of baking horror stories out there but I’m here to tell you that it’s all a load of poop.

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  • April 8, 2020

    Maintaining A Sourdough Starter

    Congratulations! You made it through the emotional roller coaster of raising your own sourdough starter. Now comes the ultimate commitment challenge – keeping it alive. For those of you without children, consider this a practice run without the dirty diapers!

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  • April 4, 2020

    Let’s make yeast together, baby

    Get your mind out of the gutter! I’m talking about wild yeast. Yeast that we can pull out of thin air to make a sourdough starter with. It’s like magic! Or science. I confuse the two sometimes. So let those hoarders buy up all of the instant and rapid-rise yeast at the store. We don’t need it! We can make our own at home with two ingredients.

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  • March 29, 2020

    Vegan Chocolate Cake For the Win

    I don’t know about you, but when the world is falling down around me, I want to eat cake. And not just any cake.  I want a rich, moist, chocolatey, rescue me from despair cake.  I also want it to be a cake that I can whip up and have on my plate in a short period of time.  Because the world is falling down, for Christ’s sake!  There is no time to be spending hours on this thing.  WE NEED CAKE NOW!

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