How a gardener gets her hands dirty in February


A very wise man told me that if you’re going to make two loaves, you might as well make six.

We’ll eat two loaves this week, we’ll freeze two, and we’ll give two away. I got 100 pounds of organic local flour (50 lbs whole-wheat hard red winter and 50lbs hard red spring with germ, sifted) last week, so I will be loafing for a while…

Oh, and we’re still under “blizzard watch”/blowing snow/windchill advisory.

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4 responses to “How a gardener gets her hands dirty in February

  1. Those look so good! I swear I can actually smell them right now.

  2. If you’re up for a bit of possible embarrassment, I tagged you for a new type of post. Ha HA.

  3. Wow. Impressive. Not much better of a way to spend a blizzardy type day than baking bread and listening to the hum of the dryer.

  4. Hey I wanna make the bread- what is your bread recipe. I have a hard time getting the bread to rise that high when I use 100% whole wheat flour.

    just came across your blog this week- It really rocks, keep up the good work.

    Shellymb at gmail.com

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