Hello readers! I know many of you are trying to move toward a whole food, real food diet. We are taking the babiest of bay steps to do that too. I need some advice.
We eat a lot of sandwiches around here. And there are a lot of us to eat them. So we go through a loaf of bread in two days. And bread is getting more expensive, especially since I am a little picky about our bread. So, I'm thinking about making our own. But I am a little intimidated by it, especially with trying to keep up with our consumption. So, if you make your own bread on a regular basis, please tell me how you do it. Do you use a bread machine? How much do you make at one time? Do you use standard ingredients or special flours? What I really need is breadmaking for dummies with large families!
Also, I have a recipe for biscuits, but I don't love it. I would love to learn how to make fluffy, soft biscuits. In bulk, so that I can freeze them. So does anyone have a great, somewhat easy, recipe for that?
Please share any tips you have to make feeding my family a little easier, and maybe a little more affordable. Thanks!