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Sour Cream and Vanilla Bread

Not a sweet bread, but neither is it savory. The vanilla comes through as an essence, and pairs well slathered with butter. Pairs well as sandwich bread or served with a thick soup. Sour Cream and Vanilla Bread Ingredients: ½ cup water 1/3 cup sour cream, room temperature 1 large egg, room temperature 1 Tbsp… Continue reading Sour Cream and Vanilla Bread

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Basic 1.5 Pound Bread Machine White Bread

This makes a 1½ pound loaf of bread and will work in most bread machines. It's a light loaf, with a crispy, flaky crust. Great for sandwiches. We make our bread in a Zojirushi machine. Basic 1.5 Pound Bread Machine White Bread Ingredients: ¾ cup + 2 Tbsp water 2 Tbsp butter, softened and sliced… Continue reading Basic 1.5 Pound Bread Machine White Bread

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Prepping: A Collection of Dehydrating Posts

Yes, you can buy food ready to store for your homestead, but if you want it affordable you will grow it yourself. And it simply is just better quality and tastes so much better. But more than that you can customize what you store, especially if you are growing medicinal herbs. Enjoy our collection of… Continue reading Prepping: A Collection of Dehydrating Posts

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Cherry Pie

This was a fun way to use canned cherries. You can use ones canned in syrup (from a light to a heavy syrup) or those canned in juice (such as apple juice). Either way works. Both commercial and home canned work well. It's an easy way to pull together a pie when the mood strikes.… Continue reading Cherry Pie

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Bread Machine Country Bread

It took me a couple tries to perfect this loaf of bread, to get the flour ratio dialed in. That might be the only downside to bread machines, is that since you are not kneading the dough, you might not add enough in. But at the same time, the base ingredients are cheap in bulk,… Continue reading Bread Machine Country Bread