I found and used this recipe for bread using 9 grain cereal, flour, salt yeast, and flour. If I stored all the dry ingredients in a mylar bag with an oxygen absorber would it keep long term? Thank you for your help!
Here's the link to the recipe if you'd like to see the exact amounts and/or...
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Can't tell if it is really bad in Sri Lanka or just a photo op? If they are hungry...why burn the bread?
domestic economic collapse leading to fuel shortages leading to energy cuts.
Lebanese flocked to bakeries before dawn Friday, desperate to find affordable bread in a country where fuel and...
Actually takes about 65 minutes total.
The bread comes out great! Didn't try the biscuits yet.
1 tbsp vinegar + 1 cup milk and 10 minutes will make the milk for the biscuits.
Her bread video made me finally buy a stand mixer. Also makes great mashed...
Used the last of 2015 expired bread machine yeast. Worked fine. Used 1-1/2 teaspoons per loaf.
When I was a kid they sold blocks of refrigerated yeast in the dairy dept. You broke off a hunk and dissolved it in warm water to bake with. Some old timers would eat it for B vitamins. Live baking...
I stumbled on this recipe a few years ago and it has become a family staple. I use fresh zucchini in the summertime as well as fresh blueberries but in winter I use frozen zucchini and blueberries. Both ways work great.
Two tips: if using fresh zucchini be sure to wring as much water out of it...
there is a lot of talk about baking bread. soooo much to read, so i hope a new post is okay.
i'm not sure why it's so important, other than variety. isn't it easier to just use grains as hot cereal? more nutritious? whole grains store longer. just trying to keep it simple in a complicated...
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I was enquiring if any one has a basic easy to cook Bannock Bread.
I have searched youtube and there are so many different ones. Some say use flour, eggs, milk and baking soda. Surly some one has one that is simple.
I came across this website, that says you can store this bread long term. I am curious if anyone has tried it and how it faired after a period of time?
Inagami-Pakwejigan (Soft Bread)! is made with white corn flour mixed with hot water and garnished with sunflower seeds.
I gathered some maple seeds and roasted them to substitute for the sunflower seeds and added some dehydrated Gooseberries, Black Raspberry berries on top and of course...
My local Aldi had the sealed long-term storage German pumpernickel and rye whole grain breads (17.6 oz loaves) for $.59/loaf. You may want to check out your local Aldi to see because the shelf life is over a year.
In my stock piles I have hundreds of pounds of flour and sugar, but I don’t want to expel lots of time and energy making complicated bread, especially if there is no electricity. I watched Ray Mears Northern Wilderness and there was a small clip about Bannock. Bannock is a survival bread that...
....bake your own bread. White or wheat. I would prefer to do whole wheat, but the ingredients seem to really add up at the grocery store. More so if you factor in electricity and such. Anyone have an economical way or recipe. Cheap bread here runs about $1.79 a loaf and the good stuff, up to...
Over the last 40-years, with a few exceptions, I have always bought my bread at stores. I knew generally how to make/bake bread, but just really never did it myself.
Wife and I have started baking our own bread (trying to get back to basics), and have had successes and failures. One thing we...
I enjoy baking bread. I use several different recipes and methods to include a bread machine, regular bread pan, on a oven rock, in a glass covered casserole dish and now a cast iron dutch oven.
I have had really good success with the method from the New York Times... but, I've only used glass...
Yeast is a living thing, so it isn't really good for a long time. Maybe a year.
I am a baker, but I don't make sourdough bread. I went online and got the recipe for the sourdough starter and the bread recipes. I figure that if I cannot buy yeast that I can still make bread with a starter...
We grow beans pretty good. Living in a forest we do not have room to grow much wheat.
So my wife has been developing recipes which use dry beans.
3/4 cup of water
3 Tbsp oil
3 Tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 Tbsp powdered milk
2 1/4 cup bean flour
2 tsp xanthan gum
1 cup water