Have you ever found what looked like a great bread recipe, then tried it out only to end up disappointed? Well, I’ve been there and done that. Most of the bread recipes that I’ve tried look great, smell great and even taste great, but they don’t slice great.
One tell-tale sign of summer is the over abundance of zucchini. I personally don’t have a green thumb but I know a lot of people who do. I currently have two bags of freshly picked squash and zucchini sitting in my fridge. I’ve always heard of people making zucchini bread or muffins, but I’ve never tried it because it’s usually not vegan. But since I was over-flowing with zucchini, I decided to give it a shot.
I thought flour was flour until I went to the store today to buy some more. There was All-Purpose Flour, Bleached and Unbleached, Self-Rising, Bread Flour, Wheat Flour, name-brand vs store brand. I was lost! I never realized how many types of flour there were.
A few years back, I realized some very noticeable differences between the grocery store bread and the bread I was buying from the Farmer’s Market. I did a little research and I am done with the grocery store bread. Here’s what I observed
I’ve been taking Claritin or Zyrtec for what seems like my whole life, but neither bring instant relief. Those medications feel more like a long-term “maintenance-like” relief. If I suddenly have a sinus headache, neither of those are helpful for any type of immediate relief. So, for instant relief, I drink my Sinus Relief Tea.
Earlier this month, I was over my grandmother’s (in-law) house for a family dinner. It was almost all of my in-laws that live in Georgia and my parents. I love how both my husband’s family and my family get together quit often.