Baking with Intention. Does bread have feelings?

I have been reading a lot on the internet about intention.  With the power of your mind you can manifest your desire.  I decided to test this theory out and put intention into baking.  Most people bake because they love it.  You see a lot of recipes that say, made with love, or  just add some love.  Well that is what I did.

This idea came from some videos I watched. In this experiment, if you say nasty things to water when it freezes the crystals are distorted and if you say kind things then it it forms beautiful crystals.

I have also seen a video where you think about doing something bad to a plant and it actually reacts to it.  http://thespiritscience.net/2014/05/31/science-proves-plants-feel-pain-and-have-telepathy/

There are other articles that talked about how your thoughts could affect your physical world. This video is about the effects on rice. http://www.powerofpositivity.com/scientific-proof-the-power-of-positivity-alters-our-physical-world/

Yeast is a living organism so I thought what if it gets affected by emotions too.  This is how my experiment began. I started by making a batch of sourdough bread . Luckily this batch makes two loaves.  For one loaf I said mean things to it and the other I said loving things to it.

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I took each bowl into a different room. With the bowl labeled love, I talked to it sweetly and said kind words of encouragement  I kneaded it with love.  With the bowl labeled hate, I said mean things and words of hate. I punched it and kneaded it with anger.  I placed the two bowls in the oven to rise.  Every 30 minutes I continued to say nice things to the bowl labeled with love and said mean things to the bowl labeled hate.  I allowed the dough to rise until it is double in size. It could take about 1-2 hours. I left the oven light on to keep the oven slightly warm.  After I punched the dough down and formed nice loaves.  The love bread was cut with a heart and the hate bread a cross.

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I allowed the bread to sit again it the oven for about another hour.  At this point I was pretty disappointed as there wasn’t a very big difference in size or appearance.  I was hoping that there would be significant difference. (The love bread is on the left and the hate bread is on the right.)

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After the bread was baked there wasn’t much of a size difference. I thought maybe the air bubbles inside would be a little different, but nope. Nothing.  Both loaves tasted the same.  Both were about the same size. I guess next time I could have left a slice from each out to see if one would last longer than the other.  I’m going to try this recipe out again and hope to see different results.

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Do you bake with love?    Do you notice a difference when others make your recipes?  Comment below.

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