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Easier if you go for a raw tomato sauce. Just smash up a can of tomatoes with some salt and your choice herbs.
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Wow this is such a pathetic piece of writing the author deserves he shame they are getting. Every paragraph is dripping with a sense of entitlement and superiority
From a house-poor family here, and we cook everything from scratch. I never saw organic or any fancy stuff when I was a kid. Mum bought local and seasonal bc food it’s cheaper in season . We make our own bread as well and with a bit of preparation, we always manage to get flour and yeast without the need to hoard anything.
I mean this lady is nuts but don’t be thick lmao. She’s saying that she doesn’t have anything pre-prepared. Like, nothing ready to throw in the microwave and eat. You have to cook a potato in some way before you can eat it
MOST PEOPLE ARE NOT HOARDING YEAST AND FLOUR, YOU IDIOT. MORE INDIVIDUAL PEOPLE ARE BUYING IT BECAUSE THEY’RE WORRIED THEY WON’T BE ABLE TO GET TO THE STORE. HOW IS THIS DIFFICULT?
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My government, Belgium, has started a mini-campaign to eat more potatoes because normally we export a shit ton of fries or it’s eaten in frituurs/friteries and because of lockdown, there’s less export and less domestic consumption.
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”I grabbed two packages and tossed them into my cart. Why two? Because the sign said “Limit Two”. If it had said “Limit Six” I would have grabbed six packages of toilet paper.”
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Most people would welcome newcomers to their hobby with open arms, at least the hobbies I’m familiar with
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LOL yes. We used to buy greens from the farmer . Mum used to buy 60/70kg of tomatoes from them and we’ll spend a week making preserves. Now farmer’s markets are a thing and you pay a premium for the produce!
Just because you can write something doesn’t mean you should. And when you are a particularly terrible person who blatantly tells everyone you come first above all others maybe you should not tell everyone how incredibly stupid you are too.
I stock the eggs at a grocery store, and at the beginning of the pandemic panic buying we kept running out of all of the kinds of eggs except for the bags of boiled eggs. Not even during the apocalypse are those worth buying.
Oh, jeez; can’t they just BUY their own beer instead of making it just to post on Instagram?! I mean, don’t they know they’re hurting us folks who go into our friends beer fridges, peer suspiciously at its contents, and ask which one is the naturally filtered microbrew?!
This is no mere Karen. This is Ascended Caren.
Has to be. It’s too perfect – gatekeeping, snobbery, “all organic and make everything” while missing obvious hypocrisy, bragging, over-sensitivity, and her name is Caren ?
For a minute I’d hoped she was gonna go “small business artisan baker who can’t make sufficient use of bulk purchase”, just so I could feign sympathy, but nahw. Unless she lives in the Death Valley of food deserts, even her local grocery is still probably putting out scratch-made bread loaves…
It’s also worth keeping in mind families. A lot of families have their kids buy school-made lunches . Now that little Timmy’s at home for lunch every single day, parents have to provide an extra meal, which means they need to buy more food. If they have more than one child, that could easily double the amount of food they normally buy for a week.
Well, I sure wondered why she didn’t own her own mill. The unmilled ingredients last forever.
When I went to the grocery store yesterday, I bought three grocery orders; two of them were for people who have lost their jobs because of COVID-19. I wasn’t fucking hoarding anything in those orders, but if this woman saw me in the store, she’d probably get on her high horse about my cart. YOU DON’T KNOW WHY SOME PEOPLE ARE BUYING MORE THAN ONE OF CERTAIN THINGS. And yes, I bought some flour, because I’m avoiding the store as much as possible and I want to–GASP!–make my own bread!
It’s just a shitty personal blog masquerading as a published opinion piece.
They are normally in the prepared food section of 7-11 and Wawa
Lol when we were kids we would eat absolutely everything. Like, if it wasn’t cutlery or decoration, it was gone. My mum made sure we knew the value of a meal and appreciated everything that was out in front of us.
I’ve had great success with sour dough, try the perfectloaf.com starter guide, it’s very thorough.
You would have a tough time in San Francisco. Seriously, try a shrimp salad sandwich on sourdough.
Can you really blame people for doing different stuff than normal like baking, now that they have the time for it? In the case of the article, if baking bread is ‘a way of life’ for you, surely you’d have some flour stocked up already?
If not, I’m just not interested, Caren. You put store-bought pepperoni and store-bought cheese on your dough made from store-bought flour, didn’t you? Didn’t you, Caren?
There was a woman on Instagram saying something similar, all it took was going back a few months to find her saying everyone should make their own bread.
OK, that is weapons-grade level stupid, but if people just kept on buying shit like they normally did, which they absolutely could have in theory, then none of this flour/meat/toilet paper/weird stuff that idiots decided to hoard for some reason would never have resulted in articles like this. I can see why someone that only ate their own bread would be upset, but 1) you can live quite fine without bread at all, and 2) you don’t need to make a blog post about how persecuted you feel.
But that’s not something to blame on other people . It’s a good thing that other people are discovering what I have enjoyed so much. It’s great! Everyone who wants to should bake. Hell, when I had enough flour to feed it, I was giving out samples of my starter to people in my neighborhood because yeast is so hard to find.
Everyone out there who just now started wiping their butts with toilet paper out of boredom? You are infringing on my right to wipe with toilet paper like I always did. Yes, I’m one of THOSE people.
Did he just buy an armload of those or did he manage to locate a 12 pack of boiled eggs?
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Yes! Karen white even! I’m pretty sure that’s pure comedy. I don’t think someone could write something like that seriously
She says she’s poor, but how much is she really saving baking a loaf at home vs. buying a cheap loaf of white bread? $1? fifty cents? It’s ridiculous, she’s talking like she’s Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Wow Caren, pizza dough from scratch? And you made it all by your widdle self? Congrats, I guess.
Seriously though, if bread is her whole life and reason for existing you think she’d know about buying in bulk from Sam’s Club.
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Some people also work full time, have kids, and various other obligations and don’t want to be kneading bread all damn day.
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What sucks about this yeast shortage is that people are buying brewers yeast for their bread, leaving home brewers short!
Exactly what went through my mind. My family also cooked from scratch because it was cheaper, but we sure as fuck never bought “organic.” Organic prices are insane; even when they’re “on sale,” they’re usually more expensive than non-organic.
I don’t think people realise that Medium is just a classy designed forum where any troll can post whatever the fuck they want. It has the same standards as reddit does for posting.
That’s just soo freakin, I really have no words. You will not die eating some Nature’s Own Butterbread. Go choke on an organic carrot.
“dilettante bakers” well La De Fricking Da!
She’s not even complaining that there isn’t any flour. She’s complaining that her expensive, organic, particular brand of flour is unavailable. She could probably buy regular flour if she went and looked in two or three stores rather than only looking in one store for that one brand of organic flour.
Coincidentally, she has also written about hoarding TP
I OWN BAKING YOU PLEB GET AWAY FROM MY FLOUR
Worse, she’s Karen with a C because she has to be different
“Baking is like… My thing. If you want to learn to do something find some other thing like gardening because I bake and you can’t. It’s my thing I’m one of those baking people that bakes. You know how rare we are? I’m one of four ppl on the fucking planet that bakes and honestly flour is only for baking and I’m one of the four ppl who cook fucking food for myself and honestly it’s just MY THING so kindly fuck off and give me my flour back so I can bake
Omg I lived with a guy like this. He would eat that canned mac n cheese because boxed mac dinner was “too much work” ????????
Check your local dollar store if you have one. Assuming your in the US, you’d be amazed at what you can find in those “everything is a dollar” places. Those and the Dollar General chain are surprising sometimes.
Why You Need to Stop why you need to stop baking bread article Baking Bread：iamveryculinary
What’s odd is a bread tragic who can’t come up with the solution “make sour dough”
My husband is the same way. I love sourdough, it’s my number one choice for bread, whether for sandwiches or anything else. He dislikes it, would rather have any other kind of bread instead. Although, he definitely doesn’t mind beer.
Wow, this is trash even by Medium’s standards.
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But is that sourdough starter organic ? She’s THAT person, you know.
You can pry my starter from my cold, dead hands.
I have friends who shop once every two days, and have no food at home. And I have friends who buy takeaway food six nights a week.
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One that they themselves conceived, birthed, and raised.
If you’re making pizza from scratch the bigger brag is making the sauce starting with whole tomatoes.
Tsoureki… So tough to make. Ours came out very dry this year
if people just kept on buying shit like they normally did, which they absolutely could have in theory, then none of this flour/meat/toilet paper/weird stuff that idiots decided to hoard for some reason would never have resulted in articles like this.
Her article makes me want to move to her city & continuously buy up all the organic ingredients I can so she keeps having this problem
Pfft, buying pork and casings is for amateurs, a true culinary artiste would have butchered their own pig.
Anyways, I have the perfect answer how Joe Biden can earn the votes of Bernie supporters. Democrats, take note.
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Also if you’re ordering pizza not from a chain, they’re also making it from scratch , “including the crust”.
edit: it’s Karen with a C. Is this actually satire? I’ve read some weird shit on Medium, but this is making me wonder
Also the comments on this article are great. “You should look up orthorexia”
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What is she doing whining about the stores being out of yeast? What kind of dilettante baker doesn’t have a sourdough starter?
Is she really suggesting she’d rather starve to death than stoop to eating regular grocery store bread?
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I got a pound from King Arthur flour. I haven’t checked again but that was a week ago. So during the shortage.
The problem with the internet is you can publish things so quickly that you never stopped to think if you actually should.
Lol, not just a Karen, ‘ C aren’, with a C.
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I like garbage food, like, I will enjoy a bowl of Beefaroni, but canned mac tastes absolutely foul.
And also, I don’t know about you, but I’m just not great or well-versed in the area of sandwich bread. Bread is a trial and error thing and not everyone has the time or the money to waste shit like flour, yeast, and other staple ingredients for a loaf of bread to come out all crumbly. Some people are on tight budgets
But that would require staying home and ordering online and not, you know, going out in public to rage at people and draw attention.
What’s funny is that, where I live at least, the fancy expensive organic flour was the last to go, along with the specialty flours that people don’t know what to do with.
She’s trying to flex about something that nobody is likely to be impressed by. Like, sure, I’m glad you like making pizza, but you do realize that people usually do that strictly for fun, right?
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In university I had a roommate who had a complete and utter lack of cooking skills. Every food item they owned came pre-packaged and prepared, even down to that weird bacon that can be stored at room temperature until it’s opened. This person was utterly incapable of even making so much as a PB&J sandwich on their own initiative, unless it came in some kit with instructions on the back.
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Haha I live near this bitch. I’m gonna constantly hit up the stores by her and buy out the yeast and flour
The lack of self awareness is amazing, despite many attempts to break down the obvious irony and hypocrisy to her.
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I did not know canned mac n cheese was a thing that existed before today. I am kind of amazed at the sheer amount of foods and dishes that people have managed to create canned versions of.
Or how about learning how to sew to make masks for hospitals and first responders?
Or you know, she could stop being lazy and find a local mill and buy flour there. Maybe it wouldn’t be “organic” enough for her.
Don’t forget those kids snack too. I have 2 boys, age 12 and 16. We’re going through a ridiculous amount of snacks. I’m baking bread, cookies and other snacks twice a week at least and it all gets devoured.
And I have to wonder if Caren is surrounded by people who are the same way that this has resulted in having an extremely inflated view of her entry level skill set.
Edit: Could you imagine someone writing an article about how they don’t make their own bread and need premade bread to survive and everyone who bought bread is taking food from their mouth?
so, i am a baker who doesn’t buy store made bread. i bake every couple days usually and make all the bread from scratch for my family. i also sell loaves to friends and before this shitshow pandemic, the plan was to get into the farmers market this spring and try to start an actual business. the lack of flour hasn’t been an issue for me personally, costco still has it, but the yeast is annoying as hell. i’ve had to resort to buying some off amazon, a company i REALLY do not want to support. yes i have sourdough starter but there is a lot more to the world of baking than just sourdough.
At my local grocery store the premade loaves sold out quick and then the baking supplies started to. I’d assumed that everyone else was still wanting bread and had to adjust, compromise, and learn to make their own to scratch their bread itch. Everyone’s making sacrifices. It works the other way, too.
As one of the comments on the bread article put it, this woman lacks self awareness more than most people.
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I am delighted people that maybe had never baked before are baking, and I hope they continue it long into the future. Baked bread is a fulfilling exercise, and you get some cheap and delicious bread out of it in the end.
Every damn store was out of yeast for weeks here . My coworker was searching too and Amazon was out. Finally we lucked out at a Mediterranean market. She produced a ginormous bag of yeast, like coffee bag sized! So now I keep trying to send some to my friend in Denver as her stores are out too. Try ethnic markets. Good luck! I read that everyone baking bread is a primal thing, wanting to be self sufficient. And I feel like a yeast hoarder when I only needed a few packets lol. And if this gal does so much bread making, buy organic flour in bulk sheesh.
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She had to use a C because everyone else took the rest of the K’s.
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I, mean, how can I take her seriously when she isn’t scraping yeast out of wine casks?
”So I quietly picked up some extra meat today. A few packages of ground beef for meatloaf and meatballs. Chicken breasts for entrees. My favorite bratwurst. And don’t forget the Italian sausage. All are now sitting in my freezer in anticipation of the coming weeks of empty meat cases. I have become the problem.”
Things certainly wouldn’t be as bad as they are, but I’m not convinced the retail supply chain would have been ready for a 2-3x load, even without the panic buying.
Her ACTUAL response: “If I am what is wrong with the world, then I am in good company…I expected to hear from a lot of entitled, privileged people…and they need to learn to share.”
It’s literally not “food insecurity” just because you are unable to buy your choice of organic product, why you need to stop baking bread article when there are plenty of regular options available. You just refuse to eat them. Poor people are not starving due to a lack of organic flour; poor people are gonna buy whatever is cheap and available, and they’re not going to turn their noses up at Wonderbread.
I don’t know how it is at other stores but the store I work at has cake yeast in the dairy section
Okay so if I’m reading this right, according to her, food isn’t edible unless it’s been mixed with other food? That’s insane. One of her other uh… articles… is about how she grows potatoes. You can eat potatoes by themselves, Caren. It’s FOOD!
If she didn’t plant those oaks from acorns herself she doesn’t deserve to make her own barrels
100% casual bread maker: She’s not even making her own flour and yeast.
”I don’t understand why people in New Jersey are hoarding.”
matu1234567 thats not carbonara 30 指標 31 指標 32 指標 1 年前
Look, I get being annoyed that the flour is still sold out in the supermarkets, but you don’t see me writing snippy articles on medium about it
Yeah, pizza crust is pretty simple to make. Come to think of it, that’d probably be a great first bread attempt for people who’ve never baked bread before. It’s forgiving, simple, and even if you get it a bit wrong you’re going to be putting pizza on top of it which will cover up for a lot of errors.
I skimmed through this lady’s articles, and she keeps bringing up “the ivory tower,” “supply and demand,” “economics,” “supply chains,” etc. I don’t think she, as a “Master Gardener,” can really claim to be an expert on economics, but she’s gonna pretend she is whenever it allows her to complain about how people preparing for a pandemic inconvenienced her.
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Are we supposed to stop reading right there and gasp, ‘At first I thought she was playing around with this baking thing, but she is really serious, what with the semi-dried corn!’.
Sounds like a better first bread project than a loaf anyway.
Some of that stuff would have been organic before they started labeling them as such.
She grows her own popcorn. Goes right out to her popcorn tree and plucks a whole bowls worth off every Friday night after she makes a homemade pizza with cheese from her very own cow.
I kept seeing people in the comments saying Karen. Thought it was a joke until I realized that the author’s name is actually Caren.
I mean, I make pizza crust from scratch, but a) my personal favorite pizza to make is Chicago deep dish, which has a rather unusual crust composition, and b) I have a bread machine so it’s not exactly an epic production – six ingredients and a 90 minute dough cycle. But I do it every couple of months, not every time I want pizza — I order out like normal people.
There isn’t a shortage of car covers and disposable overalls which are made of approximately the same thing as masks
No kidding! You can buy from some professional wholesalers right now too. I could go on the Baldor website right now and buy 500 pounds of high-end organic flour if I wanted to – and being in NJ she almost certainly has access to NYC or Philly-based wholesalers.
I have seen little two-packs or boiled eggs sold as a healthy snack option, which makes sense in that context.
I have an overwhelming urge to rub her nose in this like you do to a dog when it pees on the floor just shouting “look at what you did! This is bad and wrong! Bad girl!”
All these mofos invading MY SPACE, invalidating MY SKILL and getting all the credit on MY SOCIAL MEDIA. If I don’t have this to make me feel like I am better than others over a certain skillset than WHAT IS THE POINT.
If you can find friends to split with, restaurant supply stores are starting to sell to the public, I got a pound of yeast and 50lb if flour for us to split up amongst a bunch of people for cheap.
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Commenter: “Do you think that people are baking bread, photographing it, and then throwing it away? Karen, they are eating it. They are eating the bread, Karen.”
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I had a roommate that bought boiled eggs . I’ve never even seen those in stores myself.
We like what we like, and I’m grateful he is really thoughtful about my preferences as he does 98% of the cooking and food prep. As long as you are happy, enjoy your bread sotonohito!
I assume she grew the grapes herself, like her popcorn. But if she didn’t also build the barrels, she doesn’t deserve wine or yeast.
Baking bread is a way of life for me, not a hobby.
Medium is a blogging site that has tricked people into thinking it’s a newspaper.
I like that in her opinion, it’s OUR fault that she has to deal with HER decisions.
I apologise if you read something else in my post, because it was never intended.
Come on Caren why aren’t you growing your own wheat to mill into flour? Don’t you know when you go to the store to buy flour you are taking food out of my children’s mouths?
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So when you buy up all of the flour and leavening ingredients for the sake of pretty photos on your Instagram feed you are literally taking food from my mouth.
I bet that the store the author went to had plenty of flour, but was sold out of organic flour and she’s not going to bake with non-cage-free wheat like a goddamn poor idiot who doesn’t know how to pick themselves up by their parents’ bootstraps and work hard writing internet articles for a living.
You would think so, but no. As I commented on a friend’s page when we were discussing the unbelievability that her name is Caren White… Her middle name is Poor People Are Disgusting and Deserve It. Her grandfather was Brown People Are the Devil White.
Is this some form of comedy? Sarcasm? Parody? Trolling? This cannot be serious.
Actually, even with no hoarding at all, just buying for normal home cooking, shelves would have likely been bare because of the decrease in restaurant eating and increase in home cooking. Food supply chain are pretty delicately balanced and can’t support an unexpected and sustained increase in demand of even 5-10%. It’s not that there isn’t enough food, it’s that it’s all designed to go to the wrong places for our new usage patterns.
By the way, I can out-gatekeep her pretty damn easily:
I have an overwhelming urge to rub her nose in this like you do to a dog when it pees on the floor just shouting “look at what you did! This is bad and wrong! Bad girl!”
Here in the UK, they worked out that most people spent an extra £15 on shopping, which makes sense given we were being told to be ready to stay at home for 14 days and people weren’t going out to eat.
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Ranting at other people for their “privilege”, while complaining that she’s unable to buy organic flour and refusing to eat cheaper stuff like the rest of us. The fact that she HAS the choice to eat exclusively organic food is WILDLY privileged.
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And the fucking gall of this lady to boast that she asks people if the meals they’re serving her are organic. I learned to be grateful for a free meal from a friend, and I didn’t sniff at it because it wasn’t ORGANIC.
That struck me too. Making pizza is one of the easiest things to do. Even making the mozzarella for pizza is pretty simple.
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I also make my own bread. It’s a hobby I’ve had for a few months and I love it. I’m also annoyed that I can’t get flour and can’t practice my hobby while this is going on.
As compared to herself who bakes to feed thousands of imaginary orphans that live in her closet?
Her name is even Caren. Karen with a C is next level
Okay but like fr, I cannot find yeast anywhere!! It’s the only thing that’s still consistently out of stock when I go grocery shopping lmao
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pfft. only 800 years? the /r/pizza minimum is 900 years.
It would surprise you how much time I just spent really thinking about the past and a time when my butthole itched in a good way and I’m coming up empty.
I haven’t seen cake yeast in a store for decades! My mom used to make all of her bread with it.
I mean, look – not everybody has time to make every single scrap of bread in their house. Hell, I don’t even want to chop my own garlic half the time. And you know what, sometimes I get those Just Crack and Egg thingies because I’m hungry and want something quick. Does that mean I don’t ever cook, or that I’m some degenerate with no class or taste in “good” food? No, I just got shit to do, man. I can’t always be preparing food
I bet she didn’t even raise those chickens herself, does this vapid consumer even know what “Farm to Table” means?
Here’s an idea. If you are bored and want to learn new skills, why don’t you learn how to garden and impress everyone with your tomatoes?
We’ve also been able to find yeast at our local brewery , you’d be surprised what restaurants are willing to sell right now if you ask.
I completely agree with this feeling yet I don’t even think that is a good way to train a dog
lol Thank you! Honestly, I just Googled the title of the post and clicked each link until I found one.
Don’t think the price of potatoes has dropped tho.
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Eh, to be fair, the grocery store’s scratch made loves will still have dough conditioners and whatnot to make it simpler to produce a consistent product. If you’re a real bread snob you’ll look down on those. She’s still a jerk though.
What about people like me who don’t like sourdough?
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Are we sure this isn’t a satire site? I feel like I might be falling for an onion article if not for the fact that other people have noted she goes on to double down in the comments.
that being said, god forbid people do some baking at home?? like what kind of selfish b is like UM IT’S ONLY FOR ME NOT YOU. this chick is insane.
Both were just told by the government to make sure they had two weeks’ worth of food at home. No wonder the supermarkets emptied out.
“It didn’t matter that I have enough toilet paper at home. I had a primal need to grab it before someone else did.”
I love that Mrs “I am poor” is buying organic flour, bratwurst, and Italian sausage…
I feel her. When my mommy goes to the grocery store, they sometimes don’t have chicken. Like, do all these inconsiderate people think I can exist off of shitty fast food tendies? Absolutely not. They are literally trying to starve me.
This crazy woman would rather starve than buy a loaf of bread someone else baked. Sheesh.
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It is nuts! We never use yeast for anything because we dont bake much. We cook a lot but baking is not a big thing in my house. This year, when I realized we would not have the traditional big fat Greek Easter gathering, I decided I would try my hand at the traditional braided brioche bread so we could at least have a little something special for the day.
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I actually question this. Certainly, there’s hoarding behavior going on, but at-home consumption of food has doubled, tripled, or more for a lot of people. There have been a million articles in the last few days detailing the troubles the agricultural supply chain has had to deal with in terms of trying to re-route industrial and service-industry production to retail.
It’s … like a blog where I can only read 3 entries a month without paying? How does this exist? Is it a prank?
Jesus you think that them knowing how shitty they sound would make it better but it just makes it so so much worse
What? She buys flour from a GROCERY store? What sort of useless baker is she? Isn’t there a small scale local miller she can use? Get some single source organic flour locally. Sheesh.
laughingmeeses pro-MSG doctor 24 指標 25 指標 26 指標 1 年前
Thats what I don’t understand about these nut jobs. The apples from whole foods are fine because they are usda organic “bullshit by the way”, yet they will turn their noses up at the local small farms because they can’t afford the expensive certification.
standrightwalkleft 14 指標 15 指標 16 指標 1 年前
I am proud that I make my own pizzas, mainly because I think it’s pretty satisfying, and I’m a saver so it’s just a nice way to save money on pizza. I just get personal satisfaction out of knowing that I can eat well, on the cheap. That’s all. But I certainly wouldn’t have a stick up my ass about it.
Seriously though, that entitlement. As if her children will starve because mommy can’t have her trendy, first world diet and might have to eat something from a Gasp local bakery.
Sadly it’s not. There was enough info to find her website, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
“Stop baking bread so I CAN BAKE BREAD ”
Medium.com is basically a blogging platform, so at least this garbage wasn’t actually published . I hope she isn’t making money on the clicks…
“Y’all need to stop shitting so I can shit.”
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But only organic store-bought stuff that was on sale because she is poor…
So many people calling out the author, and she just doubles down on her tone deaf message in her responses.
What, no 48 hour rise with sourdough and 00 flour ground on an 800 year old millstone by Capuchin monks? You have been banned from r/pizza .
Sysco sells gallon containers of boiled eggs. Restaurants that have a chef salad on the menu but no other use for boiled eggs will just keep a big container in the fridge.
Blew my mind the first time I saw a bucket of eggs in the walk in.
Normally when I make pizza I only make the base but use store bought crusts
theanti_girl Why are you booing me? I’m right. 163 指標 164 指標 165 指標 1 年前
I’m under the impression it’s ineffective and mean
captain_obvious_here as long as there’s red wine involved… 16 指標 17 指標 18 指標 1 年前
It was Karen, but then she spoke to the manager about the dangers of sharp angles in lettering and got it switched to a “C” along with a coupon for 15% off her next name change.
If she didn’t grow the trees from which the barrel wood was sourced, nor mined and smelted her own iron for the rings, she deserves nothing but thrift store wonder bread.
Well, it’s something to try when I am desperate I guess. Thanks again.
A lot of people in the article’s comments are speculating that she has orthorexia. I suspect they’re correct.
Hoarding is really not the majority of the proble. simple increased demand is.
nordvest_cannabis Poverty food is shitty food Stockholm syndrome 9 指標 10 指標 11 指標 1 年前
I’m just not into sour or bitter flavors in general. I don’t like coffee or beer either. Sourdough just tastes bad to me. It’s a shame, I understand that to those who like it the flavor is incredible.
EuphoriantCrottle 36 指標 37 指標 38 指標 1 年前
But there is not enough now that we are competing with a bunch of dilettante bakers who care nothing for anyone but themselves.
This shit made my butthole itch. In a bad way.
This may be a local problem, but the queues at any sort of home/garden improvement store are most prodigous in length.
I think I love it because it reminds me so much of growing up when my mom would bake. He, on the other hand, never tried sourdough till we met.
Even worse is if you click her name and go to her bio, it shows all her articles. The previous one is titled, “How I Became a Pandemic Hoarder.”
It’s a medium.com article which means it is very serious and very silly.
She acts like they throw the bread away when the picture’s done
I rarely eat prepared foods of any kind. If you visited my kitchen, you would find food but nothing to eat because I only stock ingredients.
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Sam’s club sells double packs of 1 lb packages for $5. They’re consistently in stock where I live.
There’s bigger issues then you not being able to buy super special flour. Jesus. Just buy a loaf of bread and move on. My Kroger still had their bakery going so you could even buy overpriced fancy bread from them.
Doing God’s work. Just out of curiosity, how did you find it? I checked both the Wayback machine and archive.is. I’m hoping you can teach me your ways so that I can use them in the future.
I’d actually think the dough is a bit harder. I mean the sauce is basically throwing pureed tomatoes in pan and simmer with like 3 or 4 other ingredients.
Food insecurity is when you don’t know where your next meal is going to come from, not having to eat processed food or nonorganic flour. Entitled, selfish idiot. You’re not poor if you refuse to buy flour because it’s not organic and are looking at a plate of food offered to you suspiciously and wondering if it’s organic. You’re thinking, YAY, FOOD.
kyousei8 la eterna lucha de las paellas bastardas 17 指標 18 指標 19 指標 1 年前
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Now there’s a shortage of elastic for the masks and thread
she’s called caren white, bread article