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You probably have everything you need to make a loaf of bread in your kitchen right now (except for maybe the yeast).

Anyone can do it, and the fresh-baked bread comes out delicious.

If you’re inspired to try your own money-free weekend, hopefully this guide can act as a master list of things to do to make it more enjoyable.

(Also, another productive way to spend that time is by working on your own business.

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