I made Sarah B’s Life Changing Loaf from My New Roots. It’s been all over the internet in food blog land and I’m not surprised. It’s one of those rare things that comes along and you just know you have to give it a try. The ingredients may seem a little obscure or hard to come by. I actually had them all in my cupboards but I know that they are not your everyday items. Health foods can be pricey but then things that are good for you seem to come with an expensive price tag which has always seemed back to front to me. We are lucky enough to have a good health food store near us where such items are available.
I’m not going to say much more about the loaf. I think you should read Sarah B’s post. I enjoyed the loaf very much. Toasting it makes the best of the nuts and seeds and brings out that lovely aroma giving the bread a nice crunch. Be prepared for the odd seeds to get stuck in your teeth or maybe that’s just me. Speaking of life changing events, yesterday was 17 years since my first date with my husband. Who knew that the boy who saved my seat each week in our drama class would end up making my life so incredibly happy. As I recall when he asked me out I choked on my bottle of beer which is always an attractive look. Since I’m coeliac there’s no beer these days but I’m still more than capable of embarrassing myself in other ways.