Breademic Baking is a collection of bakers’ best recipes for all the world’s breads, with no ads, no long introductory paragraphs, and no links to products.
I started baking when I was sent to #workfromhome and have baked a new loaf each week since then. I’ve been filling my quarantine hours searching the internet (so you don’t have to), watching countless videos, comparing techniques, ratios, and ingredients, reading hundreds of comments, and oftentimes even contacting the baker with questions.
Once a week, I choose a new kind of bread, settle on a few methods to test, then share the best recipe (no one’s paying me to promote their work) here on this site, and on Instagram (tap to follow). You can browse through the photo descriptions on the Year One and Year Two pages to get an idea of what to bake, or if you have something specific in mind, check to see if we’ve baked it on the Breads page.
The photos are of the breads I baked, and if I’ve made changes to a linked recipe, I let you know. Every so often I can’t find exactly what I’m looking for, so I take the best bits from trusted sources and create my own. But mostly I’m sharing recipes, because the internet does not need one more to add to the already millions that are out there!
If you’re new to baking, make sure to check out the Tips page before you begin. If you find yourself really getting into it, check out my favorite bread baking books on the Library page. And, make sure to always keep this is mind: If I can bake it, so can you!
So far, I’ve baked 66 breads over the last 66 weeks. Let’s hope my work-from-home order isn’t lifted before I run out of breads to bake!
March 6, 2020