Panem et Circenses

Panem et Circenses

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Shepherd's Bread

Salt is a very important ingredient when baking bread.  Without salt your bread will not only taste terrible, but the blob of dough will resemble something reminiscent of a 1950's horror movie. The smell of hot bread still lingers in the air, but my Shepherd's bread has been unceremoniously tossed in the trash and I am going to bed.  I am in no mood to write more tonight.

“Bread rises when infected with the yeast germ because millions of these little worms have been born and have died, and from their dead and decaying bodies there rises a gas just as it does from the dead body of a hog.” - Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Christian 'Uncooked foods and How to Use Them' (1905)

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