This is the Loaf that I made

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

June 6, 2011

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This is the table that I cleaned.

This is the all-purpose vinegar wash I created.

This is the bike my husband rides to work.

This is the bowl I used to make the bread.

This is the knife I used to slice the loaves.

This is the measuring cup I used to portion out the flour.

These are the measuring spoons I used to portion out salt and yeast.

This is the cast iron skillet that sauteed broccoli for an easy supper.

This is the rice I made for the lunch I will make tomorrow.

This is the stove that times the bread that I made.

This is the bread that I made.

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