Cheating At Baking Bread

It happens all the time.  And it happens more often than you think.  Cheating at baking bread, that is.  Well, if I’m wrong, then, at least, I’m honest as far as my own baking record goes.  Yes, I did bake all of these loaves of bread at home today.  But you see, I didn’t prepare the dough– I didn’t measure and mix the yeast, add it to the flour, knead it into a dough and all that good stuff.

All I did was buy the loaves from my grocer’s freezer.  I then left them out to defrost in the fridge overnight; this morning, I covered them in saranwrap and let them rise for several hours; then, I put them into a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.

What you see is what you get.  Which is absolutely phenomenal!  Check out the slideshow below:


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