This is what I have been doing the past couple Days. I made 14 pan loaves of these. I finally decided to try the bunt pan and see if that would not be better. One batch will make a regular bunt pan. It turned out nice. I started another batch. You have to mash it for ten days. During that time you feed it more sugar and flour. On the tenth day you divide the bag, (I put it in a zip lock bag) and you should come out with 4 batches. Each batch makes 4 small loaves or a regular cake. Since I am making some of these for desserts at camp I find the bunt pan will be just right. I fooled around with the flavors this time. It takes a large box of pudding mix per batch.
I got chocolate pudding and made chocolate. They don't last long around here since our grandson loves chocolate. Not to say that grandpa loves it too. If you noticed you saw where one chocolate cake was shorter than the other. That was grandpa's sampling. When these cooked loaves cool you put them in zip lock bags and put them in the freezer. Just putting them in the fridge overnight makes the moisture come out.
We have gotten several cooking's of yellow squash out of the garden. We have other kind of squash planted but these bloomed early. Right now we are getting a nice shower of rain on them,
which we needed badly. Tomatoes are coming on, also.
We have a yard long cucumber coming on. I am anxious to see if they grow that long.
Tomorrow is the sabbath. Are you anticipating going to the house of God? I am getting my Sunday School lesson all together.