Newbie Baker from The Great White North.
I'm Faze, from Toronto, and i'm new to this forum and to baking bread. I have came across the forum few times and read some articles and love the helpful fellow bakers tips and recipes and feedback.
I started baking about 2 weeks ago , the first loaf of bread i made was whole wheat bread in an oven. I'm really enjoying baking the breads and love the fresh smell and the of home baked bread.
The recipe i follow is for 2lb bread for Whole Wheat bread, but we split the dough so we get 2 loafs and i give the extra loaf to my family members - (grandparents, aunts and uncle).they been loving the fresh baked bread.
For a long time, i really wanted to have baking/cooking project, my dad makes home-made yogurt and he inspired me to start baking. And i'm having fun time doing it and eating fresh loaf of bread.
I have been thinking of investing into bread maker, as i want to make breads often and also make different varieties - desserts, dinner rolls, french breads. and also gift breads to family and friends.
What is good way to package a bread so it dont get dry or bad? i was thinking like putting it in take out containers or those plastic containers like where they have cakes in?
Any good advice on Bread Makers? i'm debating on getting an Black and Decker Automatic Bread Maker Model # B900SC or Cuinsine Art and saw Wal-Mart has an Hamilton Beach https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/hamilton-beach-breadmaker/6000006254762
I look forward to meeting new fellow bakers, and learn new recipes and tips for newbie about baking bread