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The Homemaker's Helper

A Christian Homemaker's Priorities

  1. God - Pray. Read from the Bible daily. Live your life for Christ, and joy in the Lord always.

  2. Husband - Be kind to him, appreciate him, and never nag, or try to change him. Read and live the book Fascinating Womanhood.

  3. Children - Praise them for good deeds daily. Be consistent when discipline is needed. Provide steady structure, and a steady diet of love. Have a good attitude - little eyes are watching and learning

  4. Homemaking

A) Your appearance - make sure you look nice. Wear a pretty and modest dress, and head covering. Look your best every day, regardless if you plan to go somewhere or not. Make sure you are healthy - take care of your teeth, hair, skin, and figure.

B) Regular meals for you and your family - three healthy, square meals a day

C) A tidy house - even if you are behind on housework, you can still take five minutes to tidy up each room, which will make your home look clean and inviting.

D) Education and self improvement - homeschool/home educate your children, and don't forget to continue enriching yourself via reading good books. There are many books recommended on this website, and some of them are free. Take advantage of these.

Basic Daily Cleaning Routine

  • Tidy the house every morning, afternoon, and evening

  • Dust main living areas

  • Vacuum main living areas

  • Keep things picked up and put away

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

My "Amazing Bread" Recipe

Bread baking is an almost lost art to today's homemaker, and it is one that should be revived. Most breads at the store are bad for you. Even the organic, whole grain breads can be harmful. Nothing can replace homemade sourdough bread. Before you can make this fantastic bread of our great-grandmothers, you need to make a whole wheat sourdough starter. It's simple to do, but will take about nine days to complete.

Sourdough Starter

Sourdough starter is a fermented batter of flour and water, which has the natural ability to raise bread, without the use of commercial yeast. Once you've made your sourdough starter, you can keep it as your little kitchen pet, and it can last you the rest of your lifetime. It can then be passed down to a child, and they can use it for their life. Sourdough starters can last hundreds of years. Just keep using and feeding it, and it'll help feed your family fantastic nutrition.

Here's how to make this amazing stuff:

1. In a large, sealable, plastic bowl or container, put in one cup of wheat flour, and one cup of spring water (not tap water, unless you are SURE there is no chlorine in it).

2. Mix the flour and water, and cover the bowl. Leave it on the counter for two days.

3. On day three, mix in a cup of wheat flour, and a cup of spring water. Leave it alone for a few more days.

4. On day five, mix in one cup of wheat flour, and one cup of spring water. Do the same on days six and seven.

5. Days eight and nine - leave the batter alone, don't mix it, or add anything to it. By day nine, you'll have sourdough starter.

Store the sourdough starter in a closed container (not metal) in the fridge. Try to use some of it at least once per week. (The internet has thousands of recipes you can use with your sourdough starter, so don't worry.) Each time you use some, add equal parts of wheat flour and spring water to the starter, and mix. This is called "feeding the starter."

Your sourdough starter may exude a brownish liquid on top. That is normal; just mix it in. Your starter should smell sour, or a bit like beer. The more you use your starter, and the more older it gets, the better it works and tastes.

Homemade Buttermilk

You'll also need some homemade buttermilk for the following bread recipe. Making homemade buttermilk is simple. Just get a clean, one quart jar, and put in two tablespoons of store bought buttermilk. Fill the jar the rest of the way with whole milk. Do not use ultra-pasterized, but pasterized is okay. Put the lid on the jar, shake it well, and then put it away in a cabinet for 24 hours. 24 hours later - you have homemade buttermilk. Homemade buttermilk will be thicker than store bought, and a bit stretchy. It is perfect for baking.

Amazing Sourdough Bread

This recipe makes 4 loaves. It takes about an hour of work, if done by hand, and less time, if using a mixer. I've found it takes roughly the same amount of time, whether I'm making 1 or 4 loaves. I like to make four loaves, and store the extra loaves in the freezer until needed. To defrost a loaf, simply let it sit out on the counter for a few hours. If you need to defrost some slices right away, put them in the toaster. I usually make my bread with my Kitchen Aid mixer, but below I will show pictures of how to do it by hand.


3.5 cups homemade buttermilk

4 cups homemade whole-wheat (or spelt) sourdough starter

2 teaspoons sea salt

1/3 cup pure honey

1/6 cup molasses

2 tablespoons butter, softened to room temperature

10-17 cups of whole-wheat flour - You will probably use almost 5 pounds of flour.

How to Make Amazing Bread

NOTE: I suggest you set aside an hour in the late afternoon to make this bread.

1. Make sure you have your homemade buttermilk:

and your homemade whole-wheat sourdough starter:

NOTE: You don't have to proof or prep the sourdough. Use it cold, straight from the fridge. You can use all ingredients cold.

Here is what my sourdough starter looks like up close, right out of the fridge:

2. Put in 3.5 cups of homemade buttermilk into a very large mixing bowl:

3. Add 4 cups homemade whole-wheat sourdough starter:

4. Before you put your starter back into the fridge, feed it. Mix in one cup of whole-wheat flour, and one cup of spring water, then place the starter back into the fridge. Keep feeding your starter each day until you have 5 or more cups of starter:

5. Add the sea salt, honey, molasses, and soft butter:

6. Mix it:

7. Add in some flour, a cup or two at a time, and mix it in with a plastic or wooden mixing spoon:

8. Keep mixing in flour until it gets too thick to continue mixing by spoon:

9. Wash your hands, and continue adding flour and mix it by hand:

10. If you don't have your grasping muscles in your hands and forearms built up, then this may be tiring. Keep at it. After you've made this bread a few times, it'll be much easier. Keep adding flour until the bread starts to turn into a dough. You'll want the dough to be slightly sticky, like it feels when you touch the sticky side of masking tape. However, you don't want it so sticky that it'd rather stick to your hands in clumps, instead of sticking to itself. When it starts to turn into dough, it'll have an uneven consistency and color. It will look like this:

11. When your bread gets to this point, it's time to stop adding flour, and start kneading it. Knead the bread for 10-15 minutes.

NOTE: When working with wheat flour doughs, such as this one, you want the dough to be sticky. If it is dry, add a bit of water. A dry wheat dough will yield a hard bread when baked. A sticky wheat dough can help yield a light and fluffy bread when baked.

If you're used to kneading bread, you may choose to knead it on the counter or table. I prefer to knead my bread right there in the bowl. Here is how I knead in the bowl... First, punch the dough down, so that it looks like this:

12. Then, roll it over, and punch it down again:

13. Keep repeating this for about 10 to 15 minutes. A well kneaded dough will look like this:

14. Grab a good bread knife, and cut the dough into four portions of equal size:

15. Use butter to grease four 9-inch loaf pans:

16. Grab one of your four pieces of dough, and form it into a gluten ball, to stretch the gluten strands one more time before patting it into the pan. To make a gluten ball, simply stretch the dough inside out, over your closed fist, like this:

17. Then, close the end of the dough, so that it's a ball. Have the ugly side of the ball facing up, and set the ball of dough into your buttered loaf pan:

18. Use your knuckles and squish the dough into the pan.

19. Next, grab the dough back out of the pan, flip the dough upside down, and set it back into the pan. See? Now the dough looks pretty and smooth, and the butter in the pan automatically buttered the top of your loaf for you. Do steps 16-19 with the other three pieces of dough you still have waiting:

20. Time for the dough's first rest and rise time. Cover all four pans of dough loosely with paper towels or a clean dish towel, and leave them there until right before you go to bed. - Several hours.

Right Before You go to Bed

If you take a look at your dough, you may find it partially or completely risen already:

The leaven is working great, but your wheat is still not soaked well enough for the needed health benefits. Wash your hands, and then take a few minutes to do the following before you go to bed:
1. Grab a loaf pan of dough, and punch it down in the center to deflate it:

2. Use your knuckles, and press the dough flat again:

3. Roll the dough like this:

4. Grab the dough out of the pan and knead it for a few seconds - about 10 seconds should be fine. If parts of the dough are a little dried or hardened, don't worry. This short kneading session will soften the dough again and make it as good as new.

5. After you've re-kneaded for about 10 seconds, form the dough into a gluten ball, like you did earlier today. Then, press it into the loaf pan, and then flip the dough upside down, like you did earlier today in step 19.

6. Repeat the above 5 steps on your remaining loaf pans of dough. Your dough should look like this in their pans now:

7. Time to leave the dough for it's second, and final, rise time.

Now you're done until tomorrow morning when you arise.

The Next Morning

Yesterday, you made your dough and let it rise twice. The wheat in your dough has soaked long enough. Now it's time for the most fun part of bread making: baking the bread, and enjoying the wonderful smell.

1. Take a look at your fully risen bread. It should look like this:

2. Time to start baking... bake the bread at 350 degrees for 49 minutes.

3. When it's done baking, take the bread out of the oven, and out of the loaf pans. If the bread wants to stick in the pan, then use a butter knife in the corners of the pan to gently coax the bread out. Leave the bread sitting out to cool for a few hours:

4. After the bread has cooled, grab a good bread knife, and slice it:

5. I store my sliced bread in large freezer Ziploc bags. I put three loaves into the freezer, and I keep one out. When that loaf gets to half-way gone, then I take another loaf out of the freezer, open the Ziploc bag, and let it thaw for a few hours.

Build Your Foundation on the Rock of Salvation

"He is like a man which built an house, and digged deep, and laid the foundation on a rock: and when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently upon that house, and could not shake it: for it was founded upon a rock. But he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built an house upon the earth; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell; and the ruin of that house was great." -Luke 6:48-49

"The LORD liveth; and blessed be my rock; and exalted be the God of the rock of my salvation." -2 Samuel 22:47

"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." -John 8:32

"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." -John 14:6

The terms "Christian" and "personal relationship with Jesus Christ" have been bantered around so much, that for many people, they have lost their original savor. What is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ? Is it going to church? Is it being a "good person?" Is it via doing certain rituals, or following certain traditions? No, it is so much simpler than that.

Jesus says:

"Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me." -Revelation 3:20

Let Jesus into your heart and life. Put your faith and trust in Him, and in Him alone.

Why did Jesus Christ come to this earth? He came to pay for our sins. Have you ever broken any of the Ten Commandments? Did you know that Jesus taught in the Sermon on the Mount that just looking at someone with lust in your heart is the same thing as committing adultery in your heart?

Many people will say I'm a good person. Sure, I've stolen a few paper clips in my time, and I've told some lies, but I've never killed anyone, so I'm good enough for heaven. Don't be so sure. Have you ever felt hatred toward someone? If so, then you are guilty of committing murder in your heart:

"Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him." -1 John 3:15

If you have stolen, lied, lusted after someone, hated someone, loved someone or something more than God, etc., then you have broken at least 5 of the Ten Commandments. Do you really think you'd make it to heaven? Not according to God's Word:

"Know ye not that the unrighteous {sinful} shall not inherit the kingdom of God {or go to heaven when they die}? Be not deceived: neither fornicators {sex outside of marriage, or pre-marital sex}, nor idolaters {loving something or someone more than you love God}, nor adulterers {physically, or in the heart}, nor effeminate {cross dressing}, nor abusers of themselves with mankind {homosexuality}, Nor thieves {even stealing a pen or paper clip makes you a thief}, nor covetous {inordinately desiring wealth or things}, nor drunkards, nor revilers {one who assails with abusive language}, nor extortioners {blackmail, or wresting anything from anyone via force}, shall inherit the kingdom of God." -1 Corinthians 6:9-10 {words in curly brackets are my notes}

But there is good news:

"And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God." -1 Corinthians 6:11

We are all sinners:

"For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;" -Romans 3:23

Even Mary, the woman chosen by God to be a vessel that would carry Jesus in her womb, was a sinner, and in need of a Saviour:

"And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour." - Mary said this in Luke 1:47. Only sinners need a Saviour, and Mary also accepted Jesus Christ as her Saviour.

We are all imperfect, fallible sinners:

"This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. If we say that we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth: But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin. If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us." -1 John 1:5-8

The blood of Jesus Christ is what cleanses us from all sins. Jesus came to this earth to die to pay for our sins. You see, Leviticus tells us that 'the life is in the blood,' and that it takes spilt blood to atone for sin.

When we choose to truly believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour, and to live our lives for Christ, then Christ's spilt blood cleanses us from our sins:

"Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool." -Isaiah 1:18

Jesus tells us this:

"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God." - Jesus said this, in John 3:16-18

Paul gives us a simple "step by step process" on how to be saved:

"That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed." -Romans 10:9-11

Jesus is our one and only mediator:

"For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;" -1 Timothy 2:5

Jesus is our High Priest:

"Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession. For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin." -Hebrews 4:14-15

We are to follow the Lord and the Bible, not traditions of man:

"But he answered and said unto them, Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?" -Matthew 15:3

Jesus is God:

"And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory." -1 Timothy 3:16

If Jesus isn't the Lord of your life, then I hope that you will let Him into your heart and life this very moment.

"But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." -Romans 5:8

Have you built your foundation on the Rock of Salvation?

Jesus is the way. If you would like to receive Jesus into your heart and life, then let Him know. Pray to the Lord, telling Him that you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour, and that you believe that Jesus died on the cross to pay the death penalty for your sins. Tell this to God in your own words, from your heart.

"For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord." -Romans 6:23

Believe, and Receive:

"In whom ye also trusted, after that ye heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation: in whom also after that ye believed, ye were sealed with that holy Spirit of promise" -Ephesians 1:13

When you believe on Jesus Christ, you receive the Holy Spirit. You are sealed as a child of God.

If you have accepted Jesus Christ into your heart and life as your Lord and Saviour, and you believe that Jesus died on the cross in your place, to pay the death penalty for your sins, and that Christ rose from the dead three days later, and you are ready to let Him lead your life, and you will live for Him, then you are saved, and born again.

You are now a saved Child of God, with the Holy Spirit living within you. Dedicate your life to the Lord, and live for Him. Please get a King James Bible and turn to the Gospel of John. That is the fourth book in the New Testament. If you don't have a King James Bible, then you can read it for free, online - here.

After you've read the Gospel of John, go on to read Acts, and then Romans. These three books will bring you through the Gospel, the early church, and basic Christian doctrine. After you've read these three, then turn to the beginning of the New Testament, and read it all the way through. After that, read both the Old and New Testaments.

You should also follow the Lord and get baptized in water. A Believer's Baptism doesn't save you. Only faith in Christ saves you. A Believer's Baptism is an outward showing of your salvation. It symbolizes you being born again. When you are lowered under the water, it shows you dying to your old self, and when you are raised up out of the water, it symbolizes you being born again, as a new creature in Christ. This is called a Believer's Baptism, because, according to the Bible, a person is supposed to get baptized after they have believed on Christ. Anyone who was "baptized" before having faith in Christ just got wet - nothing more. You don't need to find a church to get baptized in. Any born again Christian can baptize you in any acceptable body of water - even a public swimming pool.

Find or start a good home church. Here is more information on Home Church, and why you should home church, or find one to join - HouseChurch.org. If you can't find or start a home church in your area, then look for a Family Integrated Church, an Independent Baptist church, or look in your phonebook for a nearby Baptist church.

Immerse yourself in the Bible. The Bible is God's love letter to you. It is also your Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.

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