Bread is like the sun… It rises in the yeast and sets in the waist.

Speaking of bread, you can rise dough in a couple hours. Make the dough in the morning, have pizza for lunch or make rolls. Enjoy.

Lately I keep reading about a Long Rise Fermentation in the refrigerator for more complex flavor.

Since bread is kind of an obsession here, I’ll let you know how that all goes.

On the other hand, all that has absolutely nothing to do with anything other than the topic. Here’s a story on a completely different subject.

 
There was once an island kingdom whose people were all fabulously wealthy.

Even though they could have afforded to live anywhere they wanted, tradition dictated they stay on their tiny island home.

Eventually, their king became frustrated and called a meeting of the tribe’s elders.

He said he wanted them to figure out a way he could enjoy his wealth, and stay within traditional guidelines.

After much consideration, the elders suggested he build a magnificent throne.

When he objected there was not enough room in his hut for a throne, the elders suggested he call in an engineer to solve the problem.

Soon, the king’s tiny hut was rigged with an elaborate system of ropes and pulleys.

He could lower the huge throne for use during the day, and at night, he could haul the throne up, and lower his bed.

This was truly the best of both worlds for the king.

Unfortunately, after a few months of constant use, the ropes frayed, and one night, the throne slipped and came crashing down on the king, killing him.

The wise men of the island recognized a lesson in this experience and added to the lore of their people this statement: “People who live in grass houses should not stow thrones.”

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