Basic Breadmaking Class

Basic Breadmaking Class

Monday, April 11

10am-12pm

$5 class fee

Each class is full of recipes, demonstrations, and tastings.  Classes held in the Coolsprings/Brentwood area.

Class sizes limited.  To reserve your spot at our table, email us at lifesdailybread@gmail.com

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New Class in November

Basic Breadmaking Plus+ Class  — Saturday, November 6, 1:00-3:00

Come and learn how to make your own homemade bread using a bread machine AND in your oven.  Sample other delicious goods made with freshly milled flour.  Time permitting we will also make and sample homemade pancakes and one savory dish.  Each participant will leave with lots of new ideas and recipes. 

Cost: $5 per person

Classes held in the Coolsprings area. 

Email Beth at lifesdailybread@gmail.com to reserve your spot at our table.  Upon receipt of your request for a reservation, we will send you a Paypal invoice.  Once paid, your spot is reserved.

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Magic Crust Taco Pie

1 1/3 cup grated cheddar cheese                                        
2 T. diced green chiles
2 cups cooked kidney beans                                               
 2 tsp. cumin
1 1/2 cups cooked brown rice                                             
1 tsp. chili powder
1/2 cup chopped fresh onions                                              
1/3 cup dry milk powder
3 eggs                                                                            
1/3 cup cornmeal (freshly ground in the WonderMill grain mill)
1 cup water                                                                      
1/3 cup white bean flour (ground in the WonderMill grain mill)
1 T. oil                                                                            
1 can (4 1/2 oz.) chopped olives (optional)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
 4 tsp. chicken or vegetable stock
 
 
Coat a 9×13 baking dish with cooking spray.  Begin by layering rice, beans, onions and cheese.
 
Blend remaining ingredients (except olives) for 1 min. Pour over beans. Top with olives.
 
Bake at 350 degrees 25-35 minutes, until firm.  Serves 6 – 8
recipe from:  Country Beans
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Grain Mill Sale Extended!

Wonder Mill Grain Mills will be on sale through December 31, 2010.  We have them in stock and ready for pick-up! 

This would make a great gift for Christmas, Birthday, or Wedding! 

On Sale for $239.99.  Regular price is $269.99.

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Local Honey Rewards Program

We use local honey in most of our baking.  In all of our reading we have discovered that there are many benefits to local honey including:  1) helps relieve allergy inflammation, 2) a healthy sugar alternative, 3) it’s natural versus processed. 

If you are shopping for the best price, we have it!  This same product sells for more at two other local stores/venues you probably frequent :) 

*****Life’s Daily Bread is now offering a “Honey Rewards Program” in which our clients get one free jar of local honey for every 8 purchased.

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Updated Class Schedule

UPDATED

Classes coming up!

September 13, 6:30-8:30 FREE Basic Breadmaking  CLASS FULL

September 25, 1:00-3:00 FREE Fall-themed Breadmaking Class  CLASS FULL

September 30, 6:00-8:00  FREE Fall-themed Breadmaking Class  CLASS FULL

October 21, 6:00-8:00 FREE Fall-themed Breadmaking Class

Each class is full of recipes, demonstrations, and tastings. Classes held in the Coolsprings/Brentwood area.

Class sizes limited. To reserve your spot at our table, email us at lifesdailybread@gmail.com

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Inspiring Testimonial

I have enjoyed milling my wheat and making homemade bread for about three years. I was diagnosed with breast cancer five years ago and since that time I’ve been on a regime to eat healthy. I started by buying a grain mill and making my own bread. I noticed immediately the benefits of eating the whole grain bread. The extra fiber intake helps to process the sugars through the body and clean the digestive tract. As my body was healing from the cancer treatments, I felt that eating the whole grains helped supply my body with the proteins, fiber, vitamins, minerals and enzymes that I needed. Along with milling grains, I have milled beans, such as: kidney, pinto, garbanzo and great northern beans. I add the bean flour to my bread recipe for a protein bread. I love using the bean flour to thicken soups, sauces and adding to gravy instead of using grain flours. It is fun to experiment with the different grain and bean flour combinations in my recipes. I love the benefits of eating fresh milled bread and knowing the ingredients I use gives me a peace of mind. I know there are no pesticides or preservatives in my bread and the nutrients and fiber has not been removed through commercial processing. Replacing my diet with freshly ground whole grains and beans has greatly improved my health and the way my body feels daily.

Judy Kee, Franklin, TN

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