If they sold a candle with the fresh baked bread smell, I'd buy those in bulk. I'm sure they do, but I'm afraid to look, I don't think we could afford to have a spare room full of fresh baked bread candles.
But it would smell amazing.
All beautiful, add in the water, and stir it with the handle of a spoon (I used just a regular plastic serving spoon, not that it matters), until the dough starts to stick to the bowl. Cover with plastic, and set aside for at least 8 hours, but, as I stated earlier, I set mine aside for 15 hours, just on a counter top. Almost twice as long, and it still worked just fine. This dough is very forgiving.
This smells amazing. Dump it all out onto a very well floured work surface, since this dough is very sticky. Don't forget to cover the top with flour, too.
Score these dough balls; instead of a knife, I used scissors to just cut into them. You can sprinkle the tops of these with salt (it's easier to do so before you score them); I opted to not use any extra salt on these, because I figured I might toast some of these up the next morning for breakfast.