1. Into a large, lidded container, measure 4 simple ingredients. Flour, yeast, salt and water. Mix with a wooden spoon. Really. No weighing, no sifting, no kneading. Amazing.
Set aside and allow dough to rise. No punching down, no second risings.
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Place the container into the fridge. Whenever you want bread, just scoop out a ball of dough, fold it over and place it on a wooden peel to rise. Still no kneading or monkeying around with it. Whatever shape you want to make, go with it! Today, Wayne wanted hamburgers for dinner, so I made buns.
Here they are. Risen, slashed and ready for the oven.
It truly is that simple. The dough will keep in the fridge for up to 14 days. Tear off a hunk and make whatever size loaf you desire. It sure beats paying upwards of $5.00 for fresh bread.