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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Baking A Loaf Of Bread...

…the hard way.

Living off grid isn’t always easy, but it is almost always interesting. We are having a test kitchen today, last night we tried to use the bread maker to bake a loaf of bread. The way it’s supposed to work is it mixes the dough, it kneads the dough, it allows it to rise, it stirs it again, allows it to rise again, then it bakes the loaf of bread. Well, everything went well until the first rise. The heating element turned on and stayed on, that’s not supposed to happen, a short time into the first rise, the machine gave me an error code and beeped. I wasn’t sure exactly what was going on, but it soon became evident that things were going wrong...

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3 comments:

  1. My husband and I can't wait to go off-grid! We're saving for our solar panels and trying to live as green and simply as possible until then.

    Awesome post!

    Blessings!
    Lacy

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  2. Lacy
    Thanks for your comment! I love your site, you have done a great job on it. You are doing the right thing by setting goals and taking one thing at a time, saving up for solar panels is good, I suggest you buy them as you can, chances are the prices will go up before they will come down.

    Wretha

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  3. Modified sine wave inverters have problems running some appliances with clocks.

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