View Full Version : Unlevened Spelt Bread
01-10-2008, 06:41 PM
..you know, those 'brick loaves'. Found in the rye bread section. No yeast. Shouldn't it theoretically be raw since it's unlevened?
01-10-2008, 06:43 PM
No, not necessarily. Unleavened simply means there is no leavening (which is yeast or anything else to make it rise) in it...it's just flat but it can still be cooked/heated to high temps as high as 200 degrees or so. Even with Ezekiel Bread with it's sprouted grains, it's still not raw and they'll tell you so on their site because it's baked at around 200 degrees F (if not slightly higher, can't recall the exact temp.)
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