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A Homemade bread making demonstration: FREE online live video

Over the past few years, I’ve been asked numerous times about homemade bread making. I have been making bread for our family instead of buying it, off and on for about two years.  When I first began making bread, I was quite intimidated.  I found conflicting information across the internet regarding techniques and recipes.  I tried many different ingredients, oven temperatures, water types, brands of yeast, flours, etc. until I finally settled on just a few simple ingredients.

To celebrate the launch of this new site, I am going to give a free online LIVE video on the Dandelion Soul Creative Facebook Page.

Here’s the text I have created for this event:

Learn how to make your own bread using 4 simple ingredients! I have been making homemade bread for my family for a few years. I have had many people ask me how to make it, what recipe I use, what the ingredients are, etc.

To celebrate the launch of the Dandelion Soul Facebook Page, I’ll be offering a free live demonstration of the process I use to make my own bread. I hope you will join me!!!

Here’s a list of what you will need to gather up so that you can make your own homemade bread along side me in your own kitchen:

One bag/package of Bread Flour
Salt (I use Himilayan Pink Salt)
Water (preferably filtered)
Active Dry Yeast (buy the paper package trio or a glass jar full)
Bread Pan (for a shaped loaf bread) OR Pizza Stone/ pan for the oven
Coconut Oil/ Olive Oil or another oil to grease your pan

Join me on Monday, March 6, 2017 at 8:00 AM as you sip your coffee from the comfort of your own home.




An experienced photographer with a joyful, creative mindset.

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