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October 05, 2020

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MRS A M ALMOND

I love the poem you have given for Friday - I checked it out, and there is a second verse about wine. It seems to be attributed to David Adam, who included it in one of his books of Celtic prayers. I have made bread for a long time- but in lockdown, it has become more frequent. The kneading, and the waiting for the rising, and the shaping have taken on new importance. I'm sure you know that the Tudors called yeast "Godisgoode" because they didn't understand the mystery of its working.

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