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Bread: A simple recipe

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A different way to look at this delicious and mouth-watering homemade baked good.

Just about everyone knows how to make a good loaf of bread but that isn't the point.

This recipe is put here because of the article, "A Simple Loaf"

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I'm writing this page today because I needed to finish what I started yesterday in my article, "A Simple Loaf." Because I was so touched by my husband, I made a video promoting the article. As it turned out, my video was misleading, though not as off-track as I feared. Our friends thought that it was about the bread recipe, but when they followed the link trail back to the article page they found an article instead of the expected recipe!

My apologies, folks.

My point was that even the simplest things that are done for us are because we are lucky to be surrounded by people who love and care about us. Something as simple as making a loaf of bread is not to be overlooked or taken for granted when, in fact, we should be appreciative. Love doesn't necessary have to be expensive. Naturally, every now and then we are touched by a bouquet of roses or a fine dinner for two at a restaurant on top of the world, or even by gifts of jewelry and other luxuries, but these are only bonuses that come by once in awhile. It's the little things and small gestures that we do for each other, everyday, that really count.

Therefore, I have here a bread recipe from my husband. The recipe itself is not that special. It's just like how you all make bread at home! I realize, though, that what makes my husband's bread taste so good to me is not how he makes it, but why he makes it.

Enjoy making "bread" for each other. And cherish the moment.

Pradichaya Gafaae Poonyarit

The Recipe

  • 1 tablespoon of yeast
  • 2/3 cup of sugar
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 1/4 cup of oil
  • 6 cups of flour

  • To 2 cups of warm water, add 1 Tbsp of yeast and 2/3 cup sugar. Let the mixture proof.

  • Add 1/4 cup oil and 1 1/2 tsp salt. Mix.

  • One cup at a time. add and mix flour. When the mixture is a good consistency (after 6 cups), knead and let rest until doubled in size.

  • Punch down, divide into two greased loaf pans, let rise. Bake at 350 degree for 30 minutes.
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Pradichaya Gafaae Poonyarit:

A Thai soprano from head to toe with an attitude of a no-nonsense entrepreneur with innovative ideas and, sometimes, shocking approaches, who fits the phrase "been there, done that" perfectly, and is looking forward to new challenges. A leader, a teacher, a wife, a mother, and, a chef-ME-NOT. All makes a person who turns every situation into a learning experience, and, is super charged with positive energy.

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