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2013-05-19 07:34:54 PM  
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Who bakes their own bread to save money?  You bake your own 1) to have really good, fresh bread to eat; 2) because there's something incredibly satisfying about the whole process; 3) so the family can fight over who gets the privilege of eating the heels.
2013-05-19 06:12:54 PM  
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cman: Here's a fun fact:

The English word "Lady" comes from Old English hlæfdige (Unsure of pronunciation, maybe close to "Ha-laugh-die-ye"). The first part, hlæf, means "loaf". The second part means "kneader". Therefore a "Lady" was a "loaf kneader", or one who makes the bread.

Merriam-Webster says you are correct. Here, have a cookie.
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