Blooming good reminder to write notes as you go, from Tom Stuart’s notes on returning to breadmaking.

I’d forgotten most of the details of breadmaking so I found myself referring back to old weeknotes to jog my memory. That advice helped — thanks, past me — but was a bit outdated because I’ve since bought a different pan and tweaked the routine.

It doesn’t seem worth writing this accumulated knowledge down when you’re using it every week like clockwork, but then you stop and it all evaporates. I suppose the lesson here is to make a habit of taking notes as you go, rather than hoping you’ll spot the latest possible moment to record the details right before you forget them.