But we take our bread seriously.
In this case, using a 1,000 year old recipe from a Benedictine Abbess.
Saint Hildegard von Bingen lived from 1098 to 1179 in Germany. She joined a Benedictine convent in Disibodenberg and became the Abbess at the age of 35. St. Hildegard had visions all her life, which helped her see God’s wisdom and be seen as a prophet. She wrote down what God told and showed her through these visions and published many volumes on science, medicine and theology.
She was also very outspoken, going on missionary trips and preaching in other cloisters and in market places. Today, there is a revivalist culture around her teachings, especially her teachings on how to eat to stay healthy and many of her medicinal and herbal remedies.
Astrid's Spelt Bread
Karen's Spelt Bread
Elizabeth's Spelt Bread
Natashya's Spelt Bread
As usual, we have some very busy Babes at the moment: some are moving house; some are getting married; some are traveling; some are pursuing new challenges…..
But just so you know: We're all still BABES!
(You can tell by the panties….)
And the Babes are:
The Bread Baking Babes
Bake My Day – Karen
blog from OUR kitchen – Elizabeth
Canela and Comino – Gretchen
Cookie Baker Lynn – Lynn
Feeding My Enthusiasms – Elle
Grain Doe – Gorel
I Like To Cook – Sara
Living in the Kitchen with Puppies – Natashya
Living on bread and water – Monique
Lucullian Delights – Ilva
My Kitchen In Half Cups – Tanna
Notitie Van Lien – Lien
Paulchens FoodBlog – Astrid
The Sour Dough – Breadchick Mary
Wild Yeast – Susan
From the BBBBB (Bitchin' Bread Baking Babe Bibliothécaire).