View Full Version : live bread - vegan??
03-09-2006, 10:27 AM
Ok, I'm looking to take the $$$ plunge for buying living bread. Are there eggs in this?? I'm assuming that there ARE because it has to rise, but I really need to know the facts. I've tried to do a search, but it didnt get me anywhere.
Can you freeze them?
03-09-2006, 12:23 PM
Highvibe.com in NYC sells raw bread. Here is a link:
It looks like they are out of stock now; maybe you could call them and find out when they will be getting some more. I bought a loaf of it last summer (rye flavor if I recall correctly) and while it was delicious and completely satisfied the bread cravings, it was about the size of the palm of my hand and cost seven dollars. So I have not bought any since.
03-09-2006, 02:24 PM
go raw cafe sells great raw breads made with buckwheat, flax seeds and various seasonings. the price is fairly reasonable: $6.75 for a package that has 4 good sized slices. check it out here: http://store.gorawcafe.com/brandcr.html
03-09-2006, 03:19 PM
live bread MAY not be RAW breads,
I have seen many supposedly "LIVE" breads and they simply use sprouted grains instead of unsprouted.
Truly raw breads, like Alissa makes and suggests, are unrisen breads, with totally raw ingreadients, much like the raw onion bread that is so delicious, which is very flat, but pliable like a flat bread, or the flax crackers, which are crispy and crunchy, there is also the pizza bread, which is my favorite, as far as flavor.
These can be found in Alissa's book
03-09-2006, 03:26 PM
The bread that I recommended from highvibe is dehydrated at about 115 degrees, not just baked using sprouted grains. It's the real thing, just mad expensive.
03-09-2006, 10:00 PM
If you need to have one, make it yourself, because just like crakers they are very expensive. When I saw it, I bought 5 tray dehydrator and I am not regreting it, I use it 2 times a week usually. I just regret I did not buy 9 tray one, then I could use it once a week.
I did not make bread yet, but I do make crakers, kale chips, dehydrate herbs for seasonings and right now I have tomatoes, onion, lemon and celery in there for the seasonings instead of salt I am trying to stop using.
03-10-2006, 09:40 PM
Eggs aren't necessary to makes breads. Eggs aren't necessary to make breads rise. Leavenings like yeast make breads rise.
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