My plan was to make homemade bread. I was using a recipe that I used the first time I ever made bread. It was from a Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook that was a gift when I graduated from high school, nearly 50 years ago. It's a combination of white and whole wheat flour, and has always been a favorite. I mixed up the bread dough and kneaded it for 10 minutes. As I reached for the bowl to put the dough in for raising, there sat the measuring cup with the yeast softening in warm water! I had some choice words for the softened yeast, but it did not respond. It just sat there.
I briefly thought about trying to work the yeast into the dough, but knew that would probably be an unsuccessful mess. I quickly checked recipes for tortillas & flatbread. They all required a small amount of leavening, so my original thought about making crackers was the only alternative. They're not bad.
They taste like the commercial product - Wheat Thins. I just rolled the dough as thin as I could, put it on an ungreased cookie sheet, scored it lightly with a pizza cutter and put holes in each cracker shape with a fork. I baked them at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Crackers were not something I planned to spend my time on, but better than throwing out all that dough. The second batch of bread dough was perfect (with yeast) and we are enjoying 2 loaves of homemade bread.