Bread is awesome. It really is. I'd go so far as to say that bread is *magically* delicious. With nothing more than water and flour, you can produce a food that's been sustaining humans since ancient Egypt.
I've got a small glass full of sourdough starter sitting on my counter (in what I wouldn't *quite* call a kitchen), and I've been making partially-yeasted rolls with it for the last few days. It's making my whole apartment smell vaguely of beer. I think the starter will be all fluffy by tomorrow, and then I can create the magic of bread whenever I want, with my symbiotically stable culture of bacteria and yeast
I don't think I'm going to buy bread from the store anymore. If I rely on them, and I run out on Friday or Saturday, I'm screwed. Besides, I can make a loaf that will last me a week for cheaper than the inconvenient four-day loafs at the supermarket. And a healthier loaf, too.
Bread, bread, bread, bread, bread.
Bread is delicious