This recipe is a keeper! Now, I went the route of using flour,salt, and baking powder to make it even more from scratch. They came out very good. Someone mentioned not to put them in the fridge or they will harden out. My suggestion is to let them cool down a bit then store them in a plastic bag and warm them up in the oven or a toaster oven to bring back their moist and fluffy texture. I do this often to "revive" day old bread. The key is to either bag them in a plastic bag with the least amount of air trapped or use plastic wrap and store them inside a brown paper bag. Too much kitchen light also contributes to dry out breads. So either wrap it or bag it but do not forget to put them inside a dark brown paper bag.
Personally, I eat extremelly low in sodium so I did not use the garlic salt per suggestion of many and really the sodium content is just right.
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This recipe is a keeper! Now, I went the route of using flour,salt, and baking powder to make...