Homemade Honey Buttermilk Bread
“Oh my God. This Homemade Honey Buttermilk Bread is making me hungry.” I know, right? “Yes! I want to make one right now! It’s looks so yummy!” Sure! Let’s get started! “That’s right! Now, you do the baking! I’ll finish my school stuff while I give you the moral support. Have a nice time!” “What should I do?! I know nothing about baking breads!” I know that, friend! That is why I am going to teach you how. But first, I'll tell you about breads and its history. Got it?
Bread is a food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked. It has been the most popular food and is one of the “oldest artificial foods, having been of importance since the dawn of agriculture.” There are a lot of methods and principles in preparing bread. That is why when you look at the display of breads in the bakeshop, you’ll see different types, shapes, sizes, and textures of its. Some breads are leavened, and some are not due to religious and traditional reasons. Other ingredients can be included in the recipe of making bread. According to Wikipedia, “many non-cereal ingredients may be included, ranging from fruits and nuts to various fats. Commercial bread in particular, commonly contains additives, some of them non-nutritional, to improve flavor, texture, color, shelf life, or ease of manufacturing.”
The history of making bread is much older than the birth of your ancestors. “When?” 30, 000 years ago. The first bread is a cooked version of grain-paste that is made from ground cereal grains and water. It is said that it is developed accidentally. “That’s impossible! There’s no such thing as ‘developed accidentally!’” Oh yes, there is! I got the perfect example. “Like what?” You mean ‘like who’? It’s you. “I hate you.” I love you too. Anyway, “descendants of these early flatbreads are still commonly made from various grains in many parts of the world, including Armenian lavashs and Iranian sangaks, taboons, Mexican tortilla, Indian bread chapati, roti and naan, Scottish oatcake, North American johnnycake, Jewish Matzo, Middle Eastern pita, and Ethiopian injera.” This has been part of the diet regimen of many ancient civilizations. Until now, it’s still a part of people’s diet plan. Including mine. *winks*
Well, let’s proceed to the baking. Let’s have our Homemade Honey Buttermilk Bread for snacks. “But you're still going to bake it.” I know. You don't have to remind me that I need to do all the work while you watch me like a character in a film. Geez.
Now it is time for you to enjoy! The link to the recipe is found on the "Our Daily Ideas" website below.
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