Dangerously organic!

I'm pretty addicted to shopping at thrift stores. Don't you see a lot of bread machines when you look around the housewares section? They're not cheap. Not if you buy them in department stores. But, consistently they are about $10. in thrift shops. I had to try em out. Especially after a trip to Two Tarts Bakery in Texas...but that's another story.

I picked this one up at the local thrift shop in Gainesville, FL - The Haven Hospice Thrift Store, arguably the best thrift store I've ever been to.

Here's what I found. It's incredibly easy to make bread with a bread machine! I Googled "Bread Machine Recipes" and found the best one at http://allrecipes.com/recipe/best-bread-machine-bread/

Here's the scoop:

I'm sure AllRecipes won't mind the little snapshop. I always go back to their website to remind me of the simple steps.

Step one: add yeast, sugar and warm water. Wait for it to bubble for about 10 minutes.

Step two: add flour, oil and salt and press start. Easy!

There's the finished product! Looks happy.

Once you've mastered the basic recipe, you can start experimenting. Here's the next creation I did.

Cinnamon Raisin bread, with organic stone ground, whole wheat & olive oil from Ward's (http://www.wardsgainesville.com/)

Strong recommendation - get yourself a bread machine and go for it!

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