Anyway, back to my raw journey.
I have been known to make a few raw bread recipes. Off the top of my head, I think I've made 4-5 (a couple of my own making). In that context, let me tell you guys, this is the best raw bread I have ever had:
I finally made this Honey Oat Bread last night. I just had some this morning. It's bread. I don't mean "bread" with quotes around it, I mean bread like normal people eat. It's so good that I think I can get my family to switch to it.
We raw fooders do not eat oats. The stuff you buy in the store is not raw. I did not use the stuff from the store. I purchased raw oat groats (seed) from nuts.com. Then I sprouted them (12 hr soak + 12 hr sprout). Then I dehydrated them for 24 hours. Then in small batches, I ground them into a flour using my coffee grinder.
The next note is that I do not have Irish Moss. If you read the comments, there is an alternative. All the local health food stores sell "Psyllium Husk Powder". Mix 1/4 cup water with 1/2 teaspoon of psyllium husk, mix it up and you get a gel that works just fine. The bread came out a little dense on my first go, so I think I will double the psyllium gel to 1/2 cup. Irish moss probably has different properties.
The final note is that I hate flax. Therefore, I did not add the 1/2 cup of ground flax that the recipe called for. If you add the flax and hate it, don't blame me. :D