Baking bread is not something one needs to do — it’s something one loves to do.
“There is a lot of patience in making bread. The oats and honey had to soak for an hour. The yeast 10 minutes, mixing another 10 and kneading another 20 minutes. Kneading is a fairly decent exercise! My arms knotted, burned and shook with the effort, and I fear may have shorted the process by a minute or two, or four.
The full process took about four hours, yet the pride and sense of accomplishment will last until it is time to make more next week! ” — Ree
Because of a sudden excitement that stirred in my heart, I started a bread photo campaign recently called KNEAD LOVE in hopes of uniting people from all walks of life by way of… bread! Anyone is invited to contribute picture of bread — and no, you don’t need to bake it yourself (but you can if you want to!).
I would like to say a sincere THANK YOU to Ree of Ree Knitting Words With God for breaking bread with us, for sharing a slice of life, and for supporting my little project. I truly look forward to watching your baking adventures unfold on your blog through the days
For those who wish to share their own bread pics on this blog, feel free to check details here.