Anytime a person goes into a delicatessen and orders a pastrami on white bread, somewhere a Jew dies.Milton Berle
The seeds for deep breath baking were planted in 2004 when Michal moved to Montreal and began baking challah bread*. She found this practice grounding, a good balance to the intangible work she felt she was doing in university. Sometimes while the dough rose, she’d swing by her favorite yoga studio for a class.
In 2007, Michal offered her first challah bread baking workshop to share with friends the lessons she learned in the kitchen. The hour wait for the dough to rise became a bit awkward.
Michal bridged the now obvious gap when she began training to be a yoga teacher. Since fall of 2009,she has been offering deep breath bakingto groups throughout Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.
*jewish sabbath bread–famous for its contribution to french toast
Sound like the best thing since sliced bread?
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