FLOOD INSURANCE HAS
MADE ME CONFIDENT
Look at the slivers of silver in
this bread : they were put there
by the Gods, I'm sure. As thick
as a bookend too, strong and
solid. I've heard of brick-oven,
but this takes the cake.
The sluice-pipe runs vegetable
water only - pumped through
the concrete basement until its
forced out at the other end. The
twelve bakers here use it as a
snack, and, yes, use it in the bread
too - 'Vitamin Vimmy Loaf'.
I told Henry Miens, 'That's the
worse name in the world I ever
heard for bread.' Henry just laughed,
and said 'Listen, as far as anyone
knows, it a solid, old Native
American recipe.' All I did was
laugh, and I left. A few days
later I wrote them a note.
'American Indians were eating
loaf bread? In the 1700's? Is
that what you claim?'