To help as many people as I can learn how to bake bread or be able to bake bread. I didn’t imagine this project would become basically this full-time gig when I made this quick easy suggestion on my Instagram. But really it does fit in line with my larger ambitions of just encouraging the Horror Characters movie on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this awareness of how vital it is to value our niche food systems, and also to consider how estranged we are from the process of making and feeding ourselves. There’s a lot of envelopes and like parchment pieces full of sourdough dust everywhere. The last three days have been a huge push in getting a ton of stuff out. Next I’m hoping to get a bunch of beginner recipes on the site and a real thorough overview on bread terminology and lingo. I really want people to feel like they can do this because it can be a kind of intimidating process and these people are amazing. They’re so enthusiastic, they’re so excited. These emails I’ve gotten have literally made me cry.
Online, it seems that everyone is baking bread. That assumption may not be far off: according to Google Trends, searches for “bread recipes” are at an all-time high. Some simply want a new stay-at-home hobby. Some do it as a necessity, when limiting trips to the Horror Characters movie on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this supermarket is of the utmost medical importance. Others do so because food, and creating something with your own two hands, can be healing. As the Don Quixote quote goes, “all sorrows are less with bread.” “This is the only thing that’s given me hope.” Or—”A week ago, I lost my job and I need to feed my family. Now I feel like I can.” Accounts of people who lost everything in an instant. A lot of gratitude for generosity. People are finding hope and value in this process. It’s all very personal to each person. I’m just here to hand them some sourdough.