How to Bake Bread and Not Spend All Day Doing It
Don't Waste the Crumbs!
Don't Waste the Crumbs!
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  • 3 days each week). I pull the sourdough starter out from the oven and preheat the oven to 200 degrees for a few minutes to create a warm area for the starter. It’s day 2 and I already see small bubbles – good news!
  • 4 hours I pull out everything needed for the recipe so it can come to room temperature
  • 20 minutes This is by no means “quick,” but there is a lot of down time in that window. In fact, only the first 35 minutes require thinking, and it’s very feasible to leave the house for the 60-90 minutes of each rise if you needed it. But if you dedicated a morning (or afternoon) at staying home, you could bake bread, prep & eat meals, do laundry, wash dishes, take a shower, get three people dressed from head to toe, and sample fresh bread with a bit of butter… imagine the possibilities!



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