I first heard about Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes a Day from SortaCrunchy. The concept is that you only have 5 minutes of hands-on time with the bread on any given day; around 5 minutes to prepare the dough, and 5 minutes of prep time the day that you want to bake it (of course more time is necessary for rising, resting, and baking, but you're not actually doing anything with the bread while this is happening). While at the library this week I decided to get the book and give a few of the recipes a trial run before investing in the book. All of the recipes are written to half or double in order to make as many loaves as you like and the dough is stored in the fridge until ready to use. Oh, and there's an entire section of gluten free recipes as well. The first recipe I tried was their master recipe (the loaf of bread pictured on the cover), and I'll blog about it another time, but it didn't quite turn out like I had hoped, most of which was my fault so I will try it again. This time I went with the recipe for Soft Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread. This recipe only calls for 9 ingredients, none of which are corn-derived. They also provide instructions for making hotdog and hamburger buns from this dough (the Publix hamburger buns I bought yesterday had 17 ingredients, not including the extra 7 listed under "enriched flour bleached." This recipe is a keeper since Matt and the girls liked it! Guess I'll invest in the book after all!