We are so excited for our latest food storage class! In fact, we got so excited that we have so much information we had to split the class up. Nothing worth doing is not worth over doing, right?! We hope you enjoy this class and get inspired to make some homemade bread…your family will love it and so will your checkbook! Homemade bread is so inexpensive to make at home. For example, a classic artisan loaf of bread costs $4-6 at the store but when you make it at home it’s only 40-CENTS! When you learn how to make bread at home, it is a remarkable skill that your entire family will benefit from.
INTRODUCTION TO THE CLASS:
DEBBIE’S NO-KNEAD ARTISAN BREAD:
I am so glad that Debbie and her daughter did this class for us. I have always wanted to learn how to make this bread and her video makes it so easy! A big thank you to Debbie for sharing!
Here are links to the products Debbie and her daughter mention in her video:
- Pizza Stone
- Kitchen Shears (Debbie says her daughters aren’t supposed to be as dull as she says, lol)
DEBBIE’S FAVORITE SPREADS:
Who said the only thing to spread on bread is butter? Outside of the normal “other” options, peanut butter, jam, honey, etc. Debbie shares some great (and delicious!) other options to flavor your breads and sandwiches. BONUS: Make sure you download the handout below for extra spread recipes that didn’t make the class!
Get our food storage fresh butter recipe HERE. (Along with a video of how easy it is to make!)
CRYSTAL’S EZ WHOLE WHEAT BREAD:
Crystal is famous for her whole wheat sandwich bread, in fact, she has a business with her kids selling the bread! In this video, she let’s you in on her family secret and shows you all of her tips for making this no-fail bread. HINT: Don’t plan on anyone knowing (or caring) that you used 100% whole wheat in this bread and be sure to download the handout below for a bonus EZ WHITE BREAD recipe!
Here are links to the products Crystal mentions in her video:
IDEAS FOR TEACHING OTHERS ABOUT FOOD STORAGE:
We hope this class has inspired you to get a little more prepared and to use more of your food storage. As we see it, one of the greatest reasons to have a food storage is ultimately to be able to help others. We are put here to make the world a better place and so we encourage you to give back by teaching neighbors, friends and communities what you have learned. So please feel free to use our handouts or any of our ideas as you teach others and get them excited about being prepared. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
- Get friends together to one (or all) of these items at your house.
- Pass along our handouts of instructions to make these three items.
- Show how to make one of these at the beginning of one of your church gatherings or do a whole meeting for it!
- Share the link to this class on Facebook or through E-mail.
Be sure to download the handout before you leave!
Click HERE to download the handout with recipes from today’s class.