I thoroughly resent the following comments by Josh Haygood in the last Bread
Digest. I have been a "real" bread baker (as Haygood would call it) and am now
a machine bread baker by choice and out of necessity. Mainly because I like
the taste and variety of homemade bread and enjoy making it for my family.
With full-time job, family, and school there is no time for "real" bread
baking. To me, machine bread baking is real. It's healthy, tasty, inexpensiv
and fun! I suggest if Josh wants to make friends on this newsletter he should
more carefully word his postings. By they way Josh, NO I wouldn't want any of
your recipes nor would I share any of mine with you! Clean up your act before
you post again please.
> I have been a bread baker for a long time and have never used
>machine; other than my oven, of course. I wonder if those of you weaned
>off of real baking with the bread machines would appreciate some real
>bread recipes which are made the traditional way-two hands, ingredients,
>oven. Simple. I would alo like to hear from any of you with a similar
>affinity for actual home-baked bread. Please send recipes.