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(a photograph of Jacques de Langre in front of his oven)

Like to eat bread? Have difficulty choosing which bread is best for you to eat?

Or, maybe you know what kind of bread you want to eat but sadly they don't produce any of that kind locally and you want to know where you can get it.

Of course, you just might want to bake the bread, yourself, but you don't know how or your bread hasn't been coming out the way you want.

Well, this might be a good place to come.

Here, we are talking primarily about natural leavened (often called sourdough) breads made from organic ingredients including stone milled flours, good quality water, and natural salts.

Generally speaking, in the baking of most of our breads we don't use baker's yeast, commercial dead roller-milled flours, unpurified tap water, refined salts and sugars, nor any kind of artificial ingredients.

If you want to talk about breads made from those other ingredients, then you have come to the wrong site and we will be happy to redirect you to a site that is more fitting to your needs and/or desires.

Please make sure to have read the thefallandRISEofourDAILYBREAD-Rules before starting to post on this group. You should have received them by e-mail after you became a member. Pending members shall receive thefallandRISEofourDAILYBREAD-Rules. You can also find them in the Files section of this website after joining.

Otherwise, have a pleasant stay, join if you wish to post, and check out the files and bookmarks (or add some of your own).

Thank you, very much.

Bruce Paine

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  • 38
  • Healthy Cooking
  • Jun 5, 2002
  • English

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