Just want to know HOW on earth there are thin bread bakers? Being serious here. I have weight issues, mostly under control for a long time but I did have some dark times. Now that I’m becoming very proficient and baking some really great tasting bread, I’m starting to pack on the pounds. I workout with regularity, but still.
I’ve noticed a few things. I like to make a lot of bread at once. Sourdough is enough of a process to want to do more work up front and less work over time. So I go for a double or triple batch a lot of times. I try to share to help mitigate my issues, but man this bread is good! I mean, can they possibly appreciate it as much as I do? Finally starting to make an honest cut back in how often and how much to make, as well as just not eating it every chance I get to snack. It feels very healthy, loads of whole grain loaves. But it adds up!
Just wondering if anyone else has similar experiences or how you might go about reducing the caboose and still enjoying honest homemade bread.
I mean, I can’t be the only one that can go through a loaf in a day or two, right?