I'm saying that the bread is a little on the heavy side.
But today was a new day, and we need bread for the kids, so onward to the next 2 loaves. I decided to try a new recipe, labeled 'Old Fashioned Buttermilk Bread' in the really old cookbook that used to belong to my grandma. I made it, and oh my. Oh my goodness. It is quite possibly the tastiest bread. EVER. I made cinnamon toast for the kids, great big thick slices of bread, with butter and Penzy's Cassia cinnamon. Dear god in heaven, it was good.
I broke it down, and I believe I'm only spending about .50 a loaf. As opposed to $3.50 a loaf for crap ass Pepperidge Farm, or $5.25 for Great Harvest - which is healthier, but not nearly as tasty as mine. And mine still has fewer ingredients.
I spend a crazy amount of time in the kitchen, and I feel like we are constantly running out of fruits and vegetables. But it's worth it. The kids are sleeping better, acting better, and I feel pretty good. I even feel as though I am reigning in my sugar addiction. A little.