Making Your Own Organic Bread Is So Easy!!!!!
MAKE YOUR OWN Organic Bread. Only 6 ingredients and a few minutes of your time. The rest is rising and baking, NO KNEADING! 4 cups of flour to 2 cups of water…….
2 cups Warm Water (Not Tap) in Large mixing bowl.
Add 1.5 tablespoons Yeast.
Add 2 tablespoons Non Gmo Sugar.
Add 1 teaspoon Salt.
Add some Honey for flavor.
Sit for 5 minutes
Add 4 cups Non Gmo/Organic Flour.
Stir, let rise for 1 hour.
Pour into 2 oiled loaf pans I use Coconut Oil.
Let rise for another hour.
Bake at 350-400 for 20-25 minutes.
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I make organic bread for our family every week. I appreciate the simplicity of ingredients and the ability to know whats in it. I plan to try this recipe with other flours, like spelt. If you have any suggestions, please let me know in the comments below. I’d love to know your favorite alternatives.
I use this recipe for our sandwich bread, french toast, garlic bread, and for croutons.
I find it so simple making my own organic bread, I won’t go back to buying it wrapped in plastic from a grocery story. Which reminds me, we should attempt to buy our flour from source that does not require a plastic bag, or if you are getting it from the bulk section, maybe it is possible to bring your own reusable bags for bulk products. I don’t see many people using these, but I imagine it’s coming for our future. At the very least we can bring back recycled paper bags for our produce.
I am looking forward to seeing a earth filled with conscious people, purchasing products from markets that care about the environment. Along with more free markets, that allow for baking without permission or licensing. I think we will see the local communities and mutual aid societies blooming over the next few years, as these will offer better solutions for a sustainable society.