Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Now THIS Is School



How I Made Bread
One day my mommy and I made a loaf of  bread.  We   put  milk  or water,  sugar,  salt,  oil,  flour, and yeast into a bowl.  Then we were ready to mix everything together. We kneaded the dough for 10 minutes.   We let the dough rise. When  the dough was  done rising, we punched it about four to five times to get most of  the  air  out   of  it.  Then we let it rise again. When it was done rising we pre-heated the oven for 375 degrees. While  the oven was pre-heating, we shaped the dough so that it would fit into the pan. When the oven beeped we stuck the bread in for thirty-five minutes.  After it was done, we let it cool. And we enjoyed it a lot!!!

11 comments:

  1. Yay, Emily!!!
    May I have a slice with honey and butter on it :-)?
    Sally, I bought the Homestead Blessings DVD, "Making Bread" last summer and still haven't made bread with the girls! It's good to see those wonderful homemaking skills are getting learned by your youngest.

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  2. That looks like a very nice loaf of bread! I love fresh bread.

    Blondie is - right now - making an apple pie.

    Yup - that's homeschooling!

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  3. Yummy!!! Good job Emily!!! You get an "A" for the day.

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  4. If you are like my kids, the loaf was gone before the next day! It looks fantastic! Makes me want to get busy and bake some. :-)

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  5. Yummy, and you are right, this is school!

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  6. Yippee! I totally agree; that IS school.

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  7. Oh that is one beautiful loaf of bread made by a very amazing student!!!!!

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  8. YUM! That looks like it would smell wonderful!

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  9. Wow, $400 is alot. We would not go that high for boots. The white boots have more insulation, go figure! My husband is the deal finder and usually gets things at least half off or from craigslist or garage sales(people move in and out of Alaska so often and they almost give their stuff away, we buy it happily!)

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  10. I haven't made homemade bread in years but this definitely inspires me - now I know what I'll be doing this weekend!

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  11. So that is what I smelled from way over here! It was devine. Great job.

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