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No knead 5 ingredient bread in 5 minutes a day. Only costs 30 cents a loaf and is amazing. Did I mention it's a soaked flour recipe!!
from Melissa K. Norris

Pioneering Today-Bake Your Own Bread In Less than 5 Minutes a Day

No knead 5 ingredient bread in 5 minutes a day. Only costs 30 cents a loaf and is amazing. Did I mention it's a soaked flour recipe!!

from Simple Joys Of Home

5 Delicious Uses For Stale Bread

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you have too much bread at home? Did you go grocery shopping and get enticed by the displays of raisin bread, baguettes, sourdough or brioche? If you find yourself in this position and don’t want to waste the bread, here are five delicious uses for stale bread. 5 Delicious Uses For Stale Bread | Simple Joys Of Home

from The Kitchn

How To Make Bread in the Slow Cooker

Homemade bread in the crockpot -- bakes in an hour, saves from heating up kitchen and you don't have to let it rise! From the authors of _Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes

Stale Bread Soup (Ribollita) Great use for stale bread, cheap, and easy. Made 1.1.14, only used about 1 tablespoon of olive oil.

from alexandra's kitchen

My Mother’s Peasant Bread: The Best Easiest Bread You Will Ever Make

This bread is seriously so easy and delicious! We ate half a loaf before it even cooled. 5 ingredients!

oooh, homemade rustic sourdough: the secret to making amazing bread at home [5 ingredients | simple baking]

from Bon Appétit

14 Smart Ways to Use Stale Bread Slideshow Photos

No reason to throw away your stale bread! Instead of wasting your food, try using some of these recipes to get the biggest bang for your buck.

from House Beautiful

Gale Gand's Strata

I've made this recipe several times with all different combinations of vegetables and cheeses. It's always delicious, and a great way to use up even rock-hard stale bread.

from DIY & Crafts

40 DIY Tricks To Make Your Groceries Last As Long As Possible

Use Ice on Stale Bread - In order to perk up bread that is stale, rub it with an ice cube and then bake it for 12 minutes at about 200 degrees. This helps to soften the bread and makes it taste fresh. Note that moldy bread should not be eaten. Only use this for bread that is a couple of days past its sell by date. Via – Realsimple