Could "Bread Bouquets” Be The Next Romantic Thing?

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Last weekend I embarked on a special project for a friend with some family dietary restrictions. I have unintentionally forgotten salt in the past (I actually have a mild fear of doing this under normal circumstances), but this is the first time I’ve purposely created a loaf with no added salt at all. Lots of fresh veggies and herbs, lots of rich but sodium-free walnuts, almonds, and pecans, a drizzle of very fine cherry balsamic vinegar, and they said they never missed it. #vegan, too, aw yeah. Omitting salt will affect the structure of the loaf, though, so sticking with low-hydration loaves and flatbreads is probably a good idea. Incidentally, I have had many questions about what happens to the bread I bake. I even saw a comment from a person hoping the prettier loaves aren’t thrown out! The thought makes me cringe. Hear this, y’all: I take very seriously the notion of giving each loaf a home. Nobody in my life is safe from a visit from the bread fairy. 🥖 🧚‍♀️💐❤️✌️

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Sweets bouquets are a thing, but some don't find it healthy. Now, there's this thing called "Bread Bouquets" done by a baker who posts her works on Instagram! Baker Hannah P., aka Blondie + Rye, who is a school history teacher, expresses her creative side through her unique creations.

Aside from being healthy and pleasing to the eye, this style of baking holds another purpose for Hannah. Often, it’s a way for her to use “every leftover scrap of vegetable,” and make a dish that tastes delicious with a side of sustainability. Some meals are healthier than others, but the great thing about her leafy bouquets is that they can be tailored to diets ranging from low sodium to vegan and more.

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Pleasing to the eyes, delicious, healthy, and sustainable! What else will you ask for?

Photos by Blondie + Rye

Delicious, healthy, sustainable, and beautiful! What else would you ask for?

Photos by Blondie + Rye

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