My bread story

  1. Rachel says:

    You think English bread is fake… while I do because it is something I also grew up with, I will never say goodbye to my French baguettes (can’t wait to be back at the French house tomorrow afternoon so I can have one with Dinner!) you have not lived in America. English supermarket baguettes are the bread of heaven in comparison, trust me! I don’t eat as much bread as I used to before moving out there; I could only have loaves if I made them myself (and I had not learnt the no knead method at that point!) or got them from one of two places I knew in town where I knew they were good!

  2. Danielle E. Alvarez says:

    Honestly, I’m scared to leave France and no longer have access to such good bread all the freaking time. What will I do?! Probably start baking like you.

    I’m glad you’ve found a suitable alternative for you–fulfilling a craving while simultaneously not making yourself sick is key :).

    • Tania Joy says:

      haha it is a little scary right?! Turns out you can survive without it, and making your own is actually the nicest thing, very therapeutic and really tasty! it’s all about alternatives 😉 x

  3. I LOVE bread, but I had no idea that bread was so diverse or essential that a whole story could be built around it! It’s the little things in life that make it all worthwhile 🙂 -Audrey | <a href="http://brunchataudreys.tumblr.com">Brunch at Audrey’s</a>

  4. Bread = heaven. These are beautiful pictures! (as always)

  5. atelierjade says:

    Great post ma puce ! I love it !! big bisou Mam <3

  6. Johanna J says:

    Being German I also really miss having some sort of culture around bread! We might have different bread (although I love proper French baguette as well, luckily in Germany we live right by the border and I also spent a year in Grenoble where I was blessed with the bestest baguette at the closest Boulangerie -> Bliss). But yes, I guess you’re right, it’s good to not eat so much of it, although my problem is that I’m so used to eating bread with most meals that I often end up eating the shitty bread with it anyway, and then feel a bit mehhh.

    Have a lovely day 🙂

  7. briana says:

    Beautiful photos to accompany this post Tania! I loved reading this. Right now I’m living/teaching in Korea and I didn’t realize how much I’d miss the variety of breads from home (which for me is The States). I miss the days of smelling a wholesome grain bread cooking in the bread maker in the kitchen. Thanks for the awesome recipe. When life gives me a complete kitchen again, I am coming back to this one!

    Wow that was long winded.
    -Briana
    Herringboneheroine.com

  8. Yelle @ Tender Roots Blog says:

    adding seeds sound phenomenal! i actually have a big bag full of pumpkin seeds… this could be the perfect use for them!

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