Why Your New Year’s Resolution Should Be To Eat More Bread (Hello, Homemade Sourdough!)

Listen. Forget the resolutions this year to organize your life, to get up at 5am and go to the gym every day, to forego carbs or wine or chocolate or any of life’s other little pleasures. 2017 was rough; we all need a break. Here is a resolution you’ll actually keep: start making your own bread.(Like what you’re reading? Sign up for our newsletter to get health insights, clever kitchen tricks, gardening secrets, and more—delivered straight to your inbox. And follow along on Facebook and Instagram.)Resolving to make more bread is a relatively small (and fun!) action you can take in the new year with a cascade of benefits: It’s better for you. It connects you to your food. The process is an excuse to slow down and be more present. And the taste is incomparable—even the worst, most mangled loaf out of your own oven is still worlds away from anything you can buy in a store.Related: How To Make A Sourdough Starter (And Keep It Alive) Without Going CrazyFortunately, it’s not that hard to get a starter going and make homemade, naturally leavened bread a regular part of your life. There’s room for every kind of baker here—from… Read full this story

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