Many of you know that I am a baker and love the rustic outdoor baking methods. I wanted to show how simple some of these breads are to make as many
people are intimidated when it comes to bread making. It just baffles some because of preconceived misconceptions of difficulty but once ventured
into, is an eye opening revelation as to "Hey! I can do this!".
Well, I found a great method that you can make without being too overwhelmed on the first foray into the wonderful World of bread making. How much
simpler can it get? It's bread...in a can!
Warm water, flour, egg, oil or butter, sugar or honey and yeast...oh yeah...and a can!
So here's a suggestion. Next time you're having a backyard campfire or out camping with the weenies on a stick, try it. Got kids? Show them the
greatest bread ever that can be made by kids. Guaranteed they will be enthusiastic and the lesson they walk away with will be invaluable in the coming
Let the kids experiment with maybe some brown sugar, raisins, cinnamon, apples etc.
If you are interested in other methods or have something to add that others can benefit from, please add it here on this thread and/or on my Survival
Bread Thread here: www.abovetopsecret.com...
A little more adventurous but still basic and a great example as to what you can do to make that bread more exciting. I like making mine with a little
oregano, onion, garlic and basil but each to their own.
edit on 16-7-2011 by jude11 because: (no reason given)