But the Vitamix sounds like "throwing rocks in a transmission" and smooths out to the sound of a jet engine (according to Michael - he knows).
Even running the Baby Bosch will wake my sleeping family.
I neglected to store my Honey Oat Wheat bread recipe on the blog. The book it's from - No More Bricks - is in storage somewhere and I'm too cheap to buy a second copy. I looked up Marilyn's Famous Whole Wheat Bread recipe. It's an old standby.
Eventually all are up, the wheat is ground, I figure out how to attach the dough hook to the Baby Bosch and how to get it "un-parked" and I'm ready to try, once again, to make bread in the trailer.
I was happy and comfortable leaving the Bosch alone - we are never too many steps from it in the trailer - but Stacia stood and held the lid on the whole 8 minutes it kneaded.
|Bread dough! It worked|
|Window Test - could have stood a bit more kneading|
|No more bricks!|
We'll just have to put up with the occasional caved in loaf because it rose to high! Beats the bricks. ::snort:: I'll keep playing with the best way to bake in the oven but it's safe to say - We're HOME - fresh baked bread is possible in the trailer.
|Not sure why they look so pale in the photo|