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What more is there to say? Plenty, of course, but not this time. This is the final episode of this run of Our Daily Bread.
I say that as if there will be another, but all I’m really doing is leaving the door slightly ajar. I’ve had a lot of fun and learned a lot. I hope you have too.
For a final thought, I cannot do better than Elizabeth David, from her meticulous chapter on The Cost of Baking Your Own Bread in English Bread and Yeast Cookery. After going through nutrition, prices and all that she writes:
“So much for price comparisons. Long before you’ve finished doing the sums you realise that what counts is the value of decent bread to you and to the people you are responsible for feeding, and what that is, it’s up to us to work out for ourselves.”
Loved all these podcasts, and have been sharing them in the Bread Magazine Newsletter – do hope you will be making more!
@fmfface That’s good to know. Thanks.
Thoroughly enjoyed all thirty one episodes and learned a great deal. Thank you!
@dkoryurek Thanks very much. Glad you enjoyed it.
great podcast, amazing stuff, learned a lot, thank you @eatthispodcast
Great stuff, Jeremy. Thank you!
@gretchgram Thank you. I’m already thinking a bit about it.
I’ve learned so much from the series – so well done. Thank you! I would definitely look forward to another bread series.