Brea Bennett was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and needs to find a way to keep her life going.

She is hoping a homemade bread will be her salvation.

Bennett, 34, has been working on her bread recipe since June, and it is simple and tasty.

It can be made with any type of bread, but Bennett’s favorite is the pita.

“It’s a great way to use up leftover bread,” Bennett said.

“The bread is very moist, and when you break it up, it becomes a very nice and tender sandwich.

It’s very tasty and it has the texture of bread,” she added.

Bethany Roper, the owner of Sweetheart Bakery, has made a few homemade breads with bread flour, including a delicious baked bread.

She said she was inspired to make a homemade pita bread after seeing her mother’s recipe on Pinterest.

“I was trying to come up with my own recipe that was really easy and quick to make,” Roper said.

“It was really a fun thing to do because I love baking.”

“The best part of the whole process is when I go into the kitchen, I get to enjoy myself,” she said.

Sweetheart Bakeries has been selling homemade pitta breads for the past five years.

It has been popular with people who are sick or looking for a quick meal.

Roper says she can’t wait to see what people will make from this homemade recipe.

“We have people coming in and they’re just begging us for the bread, and we’re like, ‘What’s the difference?'” she said with a laugh.

“But it’s all good.”

Bennett has made her own bread recipe on her website, but it was only the first attempt.

She hopes her new recipe will be a hit with people in need.

“Hopefully it’s going to be popular and people will come by and say, ‘Thank you for the recipe,'” she said, adding she hopes her pita recipe will spread to other areas of the country.

Brett Cottam is a staff writer for the Arizona Republic.

Reach him at 602-444-4263 or [email protected]