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Long before bread baking became a favored COVID-19 stay-at-home pastime, attorney Claire Brown was happy to have her hands in dough. After Claire’s first child arrived, she found that she wanted to pursue a personal development project that wasn’t related to work or taking care of a baby. Bread making was just the right skill to take on with limited time and energy.Read More
So far, Claire’s favorite bread to work on is Focaccia topped with her daughter’s choice of vegetable artwork. She has also cracked the code to sourdough after making her own starter to use in breads and her daughter’s favorite, sourdough waffles. To continue the challenge, Claire has broached brioche as the next style of bread she wants to explore.
“Bread making is fun and satisfying, but low stakes,” shared Claire. “I enjoy the challenge of getting it right, but if I’m not happy with the end result I can just try a different way and work through it.”
Claire’s hope is that she and her daughters will continue to bond and share new discoveries through making, baking, and breaking bread together.