The Magic Of Bread Making

The Magic Of Bread Making



Making bread is a time-consuming but magical process.

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28 Comments on "The Magic Of Bread Making"

    I'm 52. I left my job at the end of last year after 15 years in the telecommunications industry and this week I signed a lease and will be opening a small pizzeria and bread bakery. Not everyone gets the chance, but if somehow, someway to can make a living doing something you love, go for it. You can either look back and say "I wonder what would have happened if" or you can give it a shot and at least say you went for it.

    These people make working in a bakery sound so magical and therapeutic, but in reality making the bread itself is just 5% of working in a bakery, the rest is cleaning, packaging, QC, organizing, airing stuff out so unwanted yeast doesn't grow on equipment, etc. and in most cases bread is not the only item on the Menu and making it is probably the easiest, making breakfast pastries is murder, a few you can make with passion, but 200 will drain you out pretty quick. That's just in the background, the store itself is a swarm at certain hours when kids go to school but for 2 hours every day there's almost no traffic. Working hours are the best, 5am to 2pm, and the rest of the day you're free. It's great for physical health since you walk and move A LOT, but psychologically it's very repetitive and boring, and if you're in the background you won't be socializing much

    This is beautiful!!!! And I’ve been feeling just like him in my job. I want to look into cooking classes thanks to this dude!!!! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

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