I'm posting here again. :) Although I still check the email notifications I get from here, I don't get to visit the site as often as I'd like. Mainly due to the fact that when I get on the computer, it's to check email and Facebook, my blog and Twitter. My mother's computer crashed and she's been having to use mine. Not to mention we are moved now, to Costa Rica, from the U.S. I am posting here a couple of questions I have about starting a home-based bakery here.
Greetings and salutations!
Finding this site has really brightened my day. My imagintion is piqued! After the baby is solidly sleeping, I plan to take her out for a stroll to try to find saffron, so that we can try out your saffron buns.
My husband and I are about to embark on a long trip to Pakistan to visit family in Karachi, God willing. While there, I would love to share my newly honed bread-baking skills with my dear in-laws. I anticipate a few difficulties, and am hoping for some expert advice.
Issues on my mind:
just wondered if you have a bread maker? do you use it for everyday use large families or just personal use?
I recently had relatives visit from Atlanta. They think I am a little whacky to be baking my own bread (even if they enjoyed it immensely). I can handle it. I know this is the best thing for us right now. The part that is discouraging, is they suggested that I do not grain my own flour - that everyone she knows that has done that has gone extreme in her opinion.