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Sourdough bread tastes surprisingly good. It has a deep chewiness and a simple crusty cob that fills you up for the day. Making it is quite simple.
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Banana bread has always been popular. In the age of the pandemic, there is a soaring spike of interest in this food above other daily favorites.
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Buying produce is a bit tricky these days. But bananas are at low risk. You eat them fresh, or when they are overripe, you put them in the freezer until you have enough to make banana bread.
The first banana recipe was published in 1933 during the Great Depression as a means of stretching a week's groceries.
Wanting to learn something new comes from the curious part of us. But then we have to put in the work. Many feel discouraged during this early learning period which may lead to soon giving up.
Decide what you want to learn, then break it down into smaller, manageable pieces. Identify the tools and skills behind each step.
For example, if you want to bake your own bread, the pieces would be making dough, letting it rise, kneading it, shaping it and putting it into a pan, and then baking it in the oven.
Get three to five resources about what you're trying to learn, be it a book or a YouTube video. Set a limit on the number of resources to prevent you from procrastinating.
Then jump in and do it.