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Simple Provisions

Rosemary and Sea Salt Flatbread

Since humans worked out how to use grains around 10,000 years ago we’ve been making unleavened bread. It’s been a staple in many cultures, harking back to the birth of modern civilisation in the Fertile Crescent. You could say we’ve collectively had a decent amount of practice making flatbread, so I’m not sure why I thought it would be difficult. Turns out, all that practice was worthwhile. It’s really quite easy to make very tasty bread with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry (especially if your garden boasts a rosemary bush as my new garden does).

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young garden and the man that planted new grass seeds, for the third time

lettuce garden

hyacinth grow wild in Oregon



apple tree jona gold when it was about three years old

fig and bushes

strawberry flower

fern on my back porch

antique roses from early 1900

hydrangea bushes grow wild

the wisteria took nicely



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