EDISON—Jane Crysostom of Homesteading 101 visited both second grade classes at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison on March 2 to demonstrate breadmaking. She showed the students different types of seeds, such as oats, wheat and corn.
Each student had the first-hand opportunity to grind the seeds into flour, to knead the bread dough, and to let it rise and bake. Everyone agreed that eating the finished product was the most savory part. Pictured above, Kennedy Williams turns the seeds into flour. Kennedy is the daughter of Jonathan and Kathy Williams of Sayreville. Photo by Michelle Daino/Wardlaw-Hartridge
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