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05-07-2008, 08:36 PM
took the basic recipe of 2 c. wheat berries and 1/2 c. dates
made one loaf that I added raisins and cinnamon and one mashed banana
made two more that I added salt, pepper, garlic and italian seasoning to
I say loaves, but they will probably dehydrate down to thin bread size. I am surprised at how small things become. Like when I did the corn tortillas recipe.
Will post how the bread comes out!
05-09-2008, 01:00 PM
These were good! The one made with cinnamon raisin and banana was excellent for a morning fix. And the other one I made a sandwich out of with a cheese recipe. Another good one.
It was a lot of work for little payoff - as in size. Took four days to get the wheat berries ready that yielded 2 cups just right for the recipe. I made the "breads" a little thick, poosibly 1/4 but at least less than 1/2 inch. Came away with 2 palm sized onion bread and one full hand size on the raisin bread. Not something I would do weekly, but maybe monthly for a carb urge.
05-09-2008, 03:08 PM
Your recipe looks good. Yeah, there are alot of recipes I wouldn't make on a regular basis but now and then they just sound good. BTW I like your "Be kinder than necessary " quote. One of the baggers at our market today gave me a flower and said happy mothers day. He'd just bought some flowers and was giving them to women for mothers day.....that was kind.
Grits, I have a TON of wheat berries from buying in bulk, but I'm moving out of the country in a little over a month. I'm sprouting some wheat berries now, will definitely be making this recipe in a few days. I'm crossing my fingers it goes well so I can use up my 10 pounds or so of wheat berries.
I hope my husband helps eat the stuff!
05-17-2008, 03:13 PM
You can sundry essene bread also, handy for new guys who may not have a D yet. If you can sundry it in the UK..lol you can anywhere!
Heres some bits on Debbie Took's website about it:
Personally I cant eat wheat at all. Looks good tho!! Enjoy :D
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