Uprise!

I went to visit my parents in Aug and picked up my old breadmaker. I haven’t used this since 2003! Moving a lot and not having a car to bring the damn thing back to Toronto prevented me from reuniting with this friend.

I say friend because I have been reacquainted with the possibilities and money saving benefits this kitchen item gives me.

A good vegan organic loaf of bread costs anywhere from 5-9 bux in Toronto.  Now I can make my own for about $1!

Since warming my little electric baby up to its new home I have made:

"Red River" Bread - grains and flax!

Corn Bread

Italian Herb Bread

Cheese and Onion Buns

Cheese and Onion Buns for your 2 lb bread maker

1 1/3 c weater

3 tb soy milk powder

1 1/2 tsp salt

2 tsp sugar

3 1/2 c Canadian Bread or All Purpose flour or 3 2/3 c American Bread Flour

1/2 c chopped onion

1/3 c cheddar cheeze (I like Sheese strong cheddar or smoked cheddar)

1 1/4 tsp yeast (use 1/4 tsp more if you are using regular non breadmaker yeast)

Set to dough. It’ll take about 2 hours.

Shape the dough and let rise half an hour.

Preheat oven to 350 and bake for about 15 min.

If you’ve wondered what these strange dishes are that you sometimes see in my photos: they are amazing cabbage plates. They belonged to my English grandmother – I think they were made in Japan in the 40’s?? I love them so!

cabbage plate

 


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November 21, 2010. Tags: , , , , , . snax.

One Comment

  1. Vic ( The Life) replied:

    wow! that is a big savings! i am impressed!

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