Every other Sunday, we take bread to church to use for the Sacrament (Holy Communion). I have a wonderful, no-knead French bread recipe that I make almost every week. I don’t need the recipe any more. Or so I thought. Saturday, I made this beautiful loaf of bread. It was light; it was fluffy. The crust was nice and crackly, like you really want it to be with this bread. We cut into it when it was still warm enough to melt the butter. It was going to be so good. Except for one thing. I forgot the salt. It is the blandest bread I have ever tasted in my life. It took me about two hours to figure out what I had done wrong. Kneadless (ha, see what I did there?) to say, I made another loaf, this time WITH the salt.
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19 thoughts on “A Photo a Week Challenge: Something Missing”
Half a teaspoon of salt is not much – but it’s vital. 🙂
That is so true!
I make bread but use a pre-made flour . I will have to look and see if it has a salt in it
I’m glad you worked it out! and what a fun topic. Here’s my missing offering: https://travelwithintent.com/2021/05/25/something-missing/
Oh, and I thought the knife was missing:) Jesh
And I found something missing – the right side of the third fountain! https://thejeshstudio.wordpress.com/2021/05/25/close-to-the-ocean