People sometimes look at me like I'm crazy for loving old stuff and filling my home with old things rather than new. The simple rustic, well-worn beauty of this photo perfectly illustrates why I prefer old over new. JM Food Style, Kitchens Ware, Blog Photos, Black White, Baking Good, Food Blog, Food Photography, The Dark, Katy Ate
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SELF RISING FLOUR: All purpose flour with salt+ baking powder(a leavening, i.e. rising agent) added to it. You can make your own, or buy it in the store. To make your own, one cup of flour, add 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder+ 1/2 tsp of salt. Stir with a whisk to make sure it is evenly distributed. Self rising flour is used for biscuits+ quick breads most often.
Flour is great for making thick sauces, breading or baking! Visit your local grocery store and donate a bag to CCS Food Support program.
Experimenting on different types of flour. Tastes for breads: 1. Kalamata and olives. 2. Cocoa, banana, honey, cinamon teff flour. 3. Honey and cloves. * Try using yogurt to make the bread more moist. Try corn bread. Pancakes: soak flour before cooking in milk, make dough and leave it to sit, cook at medium heat (6-7/9) until bubble starts to appear, then the other side.