Bread the stuff of life

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #480 on: January 22, 2018, 18:54 »
Looks great CQ

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #481 on: January 22, 2018, 21:18 »
Crispy crusty,  moist, sliced easily. I had a slice with peanut butter on after running 😋.  OH had a slab with butter on and gave it the thumbs up.  Had some with my chicken stew

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #482 on: January 22, 2018, 21:31 »
Can we have the recipe please  :D
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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #483 on: January 24, 2018, 13:51 »
I had two slices the day after with a banana and it was good  I think it will make  good toast
I have a recipe off the same blog but with 100% oats which I am going to try
 
Itís here

 https://www.thebreadshebakes.com/2016/06/best-oat-bread-recipes/

I used porridge as I had no groats 😁 

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #484 on: January 24, 2018, 16:04 »
Thank you!

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #485 on: January 25, 2018, 22:55 »
Ate the last of it today with peanut butter and banana.  It was still good! 

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #486 on: January 30, 2018, 23:39 »
Made a 100% oat loaf yesters.  With walnuts, egg, bicarb as leaven, big tub of yogurt   Not really a bread
. No kneading, just bung in tin and bake til it reached 94 degrees

It had to be left til the following day.  Itís not my fave but itís filling 😁. Had some with stew and it was ok
Nice and moist.  It had no salt at all but it could have done with a bit I think

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #487 on: January 31, 2018, 06:47 »
It does look a tad heavy, almost cake if you had added some sugar to it  :)

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #488 on: January 31, 2018, 19:36 »
Oat meal contains very little gluten, which means it won't rise very well even with yeast. What you made appears to be a sort of soda bread, the bicarbonate would react with the yoghurt to make it rise. To make it lighter, either substitute some of the oatmeal with bread flour, and replace the bicarbonate with yeast. Or use the same ingredients, but substitute some of the oatmeal with plain flour.
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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #489 on: January 31, 2018, 21:50 »
I deliberately made it from 100% oats - no flour and no yeast   Itís an oats and walnut loaf

I toasted some breakfast with peanut butter and banana.  It was very good and filling.  It sustained me well on my dog walk.

My husband likes it ! 😃

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #490 on: February 01, 2018, 14:37 »
My local lidl ran out of bread flour last week bouht a big allinson , it was back in this week , we went one day anda woman had loads of bagx in her trolly i had to leap i n to get a bag before she took the last one , she said it was for her daughter whoohad a tea shop and baked all her own bread and buns .
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Woman cannot live by bread alone , she must have cake , biscuits cheese and the occasional glass of wine .🍷

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #491 on: February 07, 2018, 12:12 »
Iíd have followed her 😃😎. Sounds a great place😋

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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #492 on: February 07, 2018, 12:19 »
My first dark rye loaf!  Itís a bit weird this flour as it doesnít rise much and you donít knead it.  So, now blowsy, comfort pillow bread 😁. Most of the flippin seeds fell of the top but never mind.   you have to wrap it in a tea towel while it cools

Anyway first slice, chewy but OMG how tasty ! 👍😋  This is deffo slow bread but I donít mind that. Canít wait for lunch 🥗
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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #493 on: February 15, 2018, 18:13 »
I use rye myself but with white flour so its a bit texture i also line my tins with oil and the rye flour to give me a crunchy outside .

i make my bread usually in a mixer but to day i did it by hand and it was so much better so fluffy .
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Re: Bread the stuff of life
« Reply #494 on: February 18, 2018, 23:14 »
I forgot about the flour to line, and my old tin is sticking a bit. I think itís time for a new one 🙂

I made the oat bread recipe off here today.  I started it yesterday tea time but it failed to rise so I,left it overnight and this morning it seemed a dead loss. I was busy so it got left all day.  It started to bubble about fourish 🙄 it was fresh flours too   Left it another two hours on the second prove, and it still looked quite flat
Fortunately it rose in the tin.  Because it was so slow the flavour was excellent.  Itís flippin yummy 😋😋😋
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