What’s more awkward than running into a guy you went on two awful dates with, at your Anusara Yoga class?
Running into a guy, who used to be your math professor, who you went on two awful dates with, at your Anusara yoga class.
Let’s hope that doesn’t happen again. Moving right along.
I recently tried out Against All Grain’s recipe for white paleo sandwich bread. I was looking for something versatile that I could make brunch and snacks with. The comments looked very promising, ya know… people who actually TRIED the recipe and didn’t just write “OMG that looks amazing!!!!” a bunch of times (I’m guilty of doing that, yes.)
I would classify the recipe under “medium difficulty” because you can’t just mix everything together and slam it in the oven. You gotta give it some lovin’.
Sidenote- I learned that baking soda shouldn’t come into contact with wet ingredients until the last step in the directions. And I call myself a baker…
So far I’ve made delicious cold crunchy Sunbutter & preserves sandwiches, French toast, and a mini grilled cheese sandwich out of this loaf. The ingredients weren’t TOO expensive (I forked out for WF’s 365 brand cashew butter but had the rest on hand.) I could imagine that it would be a bit steep for a family of 4 trying to fight over who’s going to get to have toast with their breakfast.
I definitely don’t have that problem here in my household as my boyfriend proclaims that grain-free bread is an “abomination”.
He’s mental. Obviously.
The only drawback I could find to this recipe is that my bread came out looking like whole wheat instead of white. That seemed to be the unanimous result in every comment I read so I’m just curious what Danielle did differently. Either way, my taste buds aren’t white supremacists.
In all I give this recipe a solid 4 out of 5 stars.