More on ancient bread making.

This is the first batch after raising. I think this is supposed to be one loaf, but there was so much dough that I put it into two pans just in case. The dough more than doubled. It took about 10 – 11 hours.

Here it is in the pan.

This is the second batch. It is not quite as wet as the first one which started out pretty flat.

And to think…I got these two batches from a wild yeast starter that I made with just flour and water in a jar! Tomorrow morning, I should be baking the first batch. Right after that, I will probably be putting the second batch into the pans.

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About Abigail

We are a couple who loves the Creator...the G-d of the bible...Elohei Avraham, Yitzchak b'Ya'akov, who expresses Himself in many ways, including: Abba/Daddy/Father, Yeshua/Jesus/Son and Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit.
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2 Responses to More on ancient bread making.

  1. it looks like it will be very moist and tasty!

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