& Comments Presented By Members
- "Just in case of accidents---make two loaves"
- "Slow cooking is one of the secrets to a good
- "If the loaf has air bubble(s) after baking, place a
flat heavy object on it for a few minutes -- it will flatten
as it cools."
- Consider baking two loaves and place one in the closes freezer near the
Church building so if a problem arises, you will always have a backup loaf.
Replace the one in the freezer every month or so. When possible, it is
always best to have a fresh loaf
on the communion table, therefore the frozen loaf is only to be used in an
- Have a baking party and bake several communion style loaves. Teaching
each other different ways to make the best loaf possible. Consider testing
all the recipes on the website and others, then everyone discuss the pros
and cons of each loaf.
- When it comes to the Lordís Super it is important to encourage those
preparing the loaf to make it to where it does not disrupt from a
Christianís thoughts of Christ by the bread being too crispy and breaks into
several little pieces, or too tough to where one has to struggle to pinch a
- The appearance and condition of the Lordís loaf should not distract from
its purpose. Such as a large amount of loose flour covering the bread or the
bread not fully cooked or over cooked. Discuss such things with each other
so the best presentation will take place.
- The members passing the loaf need to consider what should be done if
certain mishaps take place. Example, what if someone accidently breaks the
bread into two pieces and each remain on the plate??? (usually when the
bread is too crispy) Suggestion, the server immediately takes the smallest
piece off the plate so all will still be communing correctly. Another
example, what if the loaf slips from the plate and falls on the floor (seen
that happened). The leadership should prepared the oneís passing the
communion for such mishaps.
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