Nothing beats a rainy day like fresh baked bread

by Cassidy Stockton in Recipes

Portland is famous for our rainy weather and this spring has been no exception. Day after day of rainy gray days can make a person a little stir crazy sometimes. When I get stir crazy, I like to jump into the kitchen and bake up something delicious. It keeps my mind off of the weather and I find it so comforting to create something good to eat.

These days my inspiration has come from trying to find quality whole grain recipes that replace something I normally purchase pre-made. I probably have too much time on my hands, but good, homemade food is one of the many pleasures of being human.

For bread, I have been baking Three Seed Bread. With the addition of hard white whole wheat flour, in place of white flour, I find this loaf hearty and wholesome and irresistible right out of the oven with a pat of butter. Our website has many recipes that are far more complicated and will yield an amazing loaf, but I love the simplicity of this bread. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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