Making homemade bread is actually not as complicated as it seems, and the ingredients are simple. You’ll likely find all these ingredients in your cupboard at home, unless you’ve never used yeast before. You will find yeast at every grocery store, perhaps even smaller scale stores too. You’ll just need to allow for a few hours to let the bread dough to rise—something you could easily do the night before making the bread or while you are taking care of other household tasks.
This recipe appeared on the Dr. OZ episode, “Cooking Lessons for Longevity.”
Tip: For an easier preparation, knead the dough in the bowl of a stand mixer with the dough hook at low speed in step 3.
Tip: A second rising yields an exceptionally sour bread. However, you can skip this step. If so, knead the bread as directed in step 3, skip the first rising and all of step 4, then form the dough into the desired shape, letting it rise one time only as directed in step 5.