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04-30-2007, 07:20 AM
Does anyone have a "soft bread" recipe.
Something similiar to focacci bread?
I would really appreciate it.
04-30-2007, 08:27 AM
I've been racking my brain thinking if I've seen any. I'm thinking in Juliano's book maybe? Most of the "breads" are flatbreads. I'll keep thinking and looking.
Here's something I found quick from http://www.rawtimes.com/r-tatiana.html#cereal :
1 cup Sprouted Rye
1 cup Sprouted Wheat or any other grain
2 tbsp. Vegetable unrefined oil
Blend with little bit of water or rejuvelac, add if desired add unhulled sesame seeds or crashed caraway seeds, garlic or onion, dash of Bragg liquid aminos. The consistensy should be relatively thick (not too liquidy) like a smooth batter. Spoon it out on an oily plastic serface into any shape you like. You may wish to add sliced tomatoes or sweet peper, to make it like a pizza, or add some sweet stuff like raisins or other small pieces of fruits (apricots). Use either dehydrator or sunshine to dry your bread. One can experiment with different types of sprouted grains. Enjoy it!
04-30-2007, 08:39 AM
Essene Bread taken from http://www.rawtimes.com/r-essenebread.html
04-30-2007, 09:04 AM
I confess i do miss bread but i'm not tempted to purcase it anymore.
I've been trying to learn to live without it because it takes so long to make it. It's too bad that you can't make it within a couple of hours:)
Thanks for the help, i will try these.
04-30-2007, 12:09 PM
Alissa's bagel recipe is the softest fluffiest bread I've had.
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