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Fig and pumpkin seed bread

We never buy bread because it’s cheaper to bake your own, it tastes better and there are no additives in it. So about a couple of times of month I bake a lot of bread and freeze. That way we always have fresh bread accessible. This fig and pumpkin seed …

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Breakfast bread

When we lived in Paris we used to every morning go and buy fresh bread for breakfast. It always tasted to wonderful this warm bread. The last mornings I’ve been serving warm and fresh bread for breakfast for me and Bella but instead of buying it I’ve baked it myself. …

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Apple Bread Rolls

It’s apple season  and if you are blesses with lots apples you should make apple bread. Yesterday I traded some figs for apples from one of neighbor so I made apple bread for kids to have with soup dinner and sure was a hit.             …

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No Kneading Oatmeal Bread

This oatmeal bread is super easy to make because you don’t have to make rolls or shape into a loaf. All I did was press the dough into regular large baking dish.Sometime I made the bread red by adding some grated beets and then my kids call it dragon blood …

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The Art of Making Upscale and Fun Toasts

By Fredrica Syren: I just came back from Sweden and, while there, I ate a lot of toast. Not the kind you make in the kitchen and eat with some jam as a side for your eggs. No. I’m talking about upscale, yummy toast you eat as a main breakfast …

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Zero Waste—What to Do with Stale Bread

By Fredrica Syren: I would think that stale bread is one of the most common foods wasted in a home because who likes stale bread? Not me. Before going zero waste, I threw out lots of bread because it didn’t get eaten in time. But these days, I use creative …

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The Healthy Bread – How To Bake Fermented Levain Bread

By Fredrica Syren: A couple of years ago my new years resolution was to start baking more bread and one of my favorite bread to eat is levain sourdough bread. Sourdough is hyped in Sweden where I’m from, and you find many versions of it everywhere – in restaurants, stores …

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Chemicals Lurking in Bread

By Fredrica Syren: Did you know that bread requires only four ingredients — flour, yeast, water and salt? So it’s mind boggling that almost all breads sold at grocery stores contain a number of additives … which are not all food, by the way. It’s a sad fact that packaged …

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Gluten-free and Vegan Banana Muffins

By Fredrica Syren:  Between my husband’s being gluten and lactose intolerant and my being vegan, baking surely is a challenge. Challenging but not impossible☺ During the cold season, I like to make muffins for the kids to eat when we’re outside, and these banana muffins are perfect for that. They …

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Things To Do with Zucchini

By Fredrica Syren: If you ever have grown zucchini, you know that it tends to produce A LOT. This year I have only one plant but it’s been giving us many beautiful zucchinis, and then a friend of mine came over with loads of them from her garden. We eat …

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