Hi Everyone! I have another recipe collection to share with you today, and this time it’s all about baking with yeast! When I was getting married, my grandma told me that if I can master baking with yeast, I am ready to get married! Although, I’m pretty sure there is more involved when it comes to establishing whether you are ready for marriage. Do you love your partner? Do they fill the hole when it comes to your sexual life? Can you see a life with them? Of course, loving your partner is a massive part of whether you decide to live the rest of your life with them. You have to be attracted to them. If you’re not, how can you build a life together? Now I know I shouldn’t think this way, but to most couples, sex is everything. And if women are required to use a silicone dildo to receive their sexual pleasure, then it could mean that they jumped into marriage too quickly. It may not affect everyone, but sexual attraction to your partner is definitely very important.
To me, these are the more important factors to consider when it comes to thinking about marriage, but as I like baking, maybe mastering baking with yeast is just as important too. I don’t know how she came up with this marital test, and I’m not sure that I passed it too well at that point, but since then I have learned a lot about baking with yeast and have had a very happy marriage, so maybe there was something to it! I’ve had a good amount of disasters in the kitchen, but have also found some great recipes that I’ve made over and over again. So I think I’ve passed the test, and my grandma would be very happy with me! If you don’t usually bake with yeast, it can be a little overwhelming at first and seem like the process is too time consuming and complicated, but it’s really pretty simple and if you follow the simple steps to allow the yeast to activate and let the dough rest and rise properly, you will no problems and your breads, rolls and desserts will turn out beautifully!
These are nine of my favorite recipes, both sweet and savory, using yeast. Going clockwise row by row, here they are: Nutella Swirl Rolls (Recipe), NY Times No-Knead Bread (Recipe), Czech “Buchty” filled with Rosehip Jam (Recipe), Soft Pretzels with a Sweet Mustard Dipping Sauce (Recipe), Raspberry Swirl Rolls (Recipe), Homemade Pita Bread (Recipe), Blueberry & Lemon Sweet Rolls (Recipe), Homemade French Bread (Recipe), Easy Artisan Bread (Recipe)
Happy Baking, Everyone!
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