I made bread from scratch today. Like, made up my own recipe. I based it off the Simple Dollar bread recipe, but swapped out a few quantities and ingredients. I was pleased that a bread with milk in it finally didn't taste..off. I made two loaves of wonderfully chewy sandwich bread. I cooked them a smidgen too long, but just shy of burning them, so they are still edible.
2 tbsp yeast
2 tbsp honey (or more. just pour a generous amount in)
2 cups water
several pinches salt
olive oil (around 3ish tablespoons, just pour)
1/2 cup milk (I used skim. Anything that tells you to use whole milk in baking is usually wrong. Skim is fine.)
a lot of flour (I think it will come out to around 6 cups)
Pour water, yeast, honey together. Wait until bubbly. Add milk, salt, oil and mix. Add in flour by the cup until you have an actual dough and it is somewhat handleable (but still very sticky).
Put in an oiled bowl, let rise for an hour. Divide, put in two loaf pans.
Let rise for another hour. Preheat oven to 400. Cook for 30 minutes.