I Was Shocked!…My Saturday: My Quick Bread Tip and Laundry Report

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6 Responses to “I Was Shocked!…My Saturday: My Quick Bread Tip and Laundry Report”

  1. jj says:

    Can you post or email your cinnamon bread recipe?
    I made most of my own bread this past year (except summer until I get a sun oven). My family really ejoys it. I enjoy the nutrition and $$ savings. :) I even make 4 loaf size batch, and use it for other breads, rolls, pizza, calzones or freeze a few loaves for when I’m busy. Can even freeze pre formed dough and use like rhodes. Good luck and thanks for your posts.

  2. Carolyn says:

    I often freeze my dough. Lately I have been lining a bread pan with plastic wrap, placing the dough in the pan, flattening it and then freezing it. When it is frozen pop it out and wrap it for freezing. When I am ready to use it the dough is already sized for the pan. I need to write up directions for the bread so I will post it tomorrow. Thanks for asking and thanks for sharing.

  3. LiberalPrepper says:

    [insert amused laughter here] Up here in the Pacific NW, a SINGLE loaf of cinnamon bread costs $4.98.  Fortunately, Costco has flour in 25 pound bags for about $15, and that's 25 loaves of flour (at three cups/loaf/pound).
    I buy cinnamon in bulk at the local cater to Mom-'n-Pop-grocery/restaurant store, and sugar's relatively inexpensive at Costco as well (I buy C & H because it's not made from GMO beets).  I've never figured out my total cost, but it's certainly less than the grocery store – at least 50% less.

  4. Carolyn says:

    I’ll have to figure my cost on cinnamon bread too. I can’t believe there are still people who say they have not noticed prices going up. I am hoping these posts and comments and tips from all of our readers will help them understand and get moving. I get my spices at Winco in bulk, much cheaper. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Stacie S-H says:

    I am one of those people who have not really noticed prices going up. On some things, yes , but very few. There are always sales and I use coupons but sometimes even the sales are what the price should normally be already. Guess it depends what you buy….chips can be expensive unless they go on sale I'll stock up for $1.99 /bag. Better than $3+. But I dont eat chips often so idk, maybe its just me

  6. Carolyn says:

    Where do you live? I know some people have just not noticed that the size of the container has gotten smaller but the price has stayed the same. Also, on boxed and canned products the packaging has stayed the same but there are fewer ounces in the package.

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