Alternative title: How to train your bread
Since I'm currently not writing any stories and am editing some stuff I thought I'd at least give you something.
So here's a recipe for some very basic bread.
I'm using the metric system, but I did some research to give you the non-metric system weights.
1000g Flour (Any flour really, I used white flower here)
7dl Water (A small cup of water is about 2dl, so 3 and 1/2 cup should do)
Water - Here is where the non-metric system is completely terrible. I guess 7dl amounts to 3 and 1/2 cups, but I'm really not sure. I don't like your non-metric system, it makes for a very poor calculation of all
Put everything into a bowl and mix with your hands, it's the easiest way, just look that you wash your hands prior.
After you have mixed the ingredients together into dough, put a dry towel over the bowl and let it rest in this position for about an hour. This is for the yeast to work its magic and expand the dough a bit.
When the hour is over take the dough and knead it a bit to take your desired shape.
While you're kneading the dough, preheat the oven to 220°C (428°F)
Put the bread onto a baking tray (Don't forget to put some baking paper onto the tray) and let it sit in the oven for an hour.
After baking take your bread and let it cool, when cooled feel free to enjoy your very own self-made bread.
And here's something to add, this is a very basic bread recipe, which means you can go and experiment a bit with it by adding different spices.
Something I have thought about is buying some dark chocolate and then encase it in the dough, goes good with smaller portions.
If you want to make less (or smaller) bread, take the flour as base for the recalculation. If you're using only say 300g of flour, adjust the other ingredients by 0.3 (0.3*7 and 0.3*20)