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8/11/08 7:22 P

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Thank, Teresa, I was going to ask the same question. emoticon emoticon

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Mt 6:25 “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the body more important than clothes?


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8/9/08 10:27 P

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I think you will find it is really not that hard. A few mins. more to gather the ingredients but not enough time to make it difficult. Your first few times will probably take longer but I make it so often now I don't even measure everything or use a recipe. I just kind of know what needs to go in.

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Edited by: KING*GET*FIT at: 8/9/2008 (22:26)
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8/9/08 10:25 P

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Thanks B, I'll have to give it a try and see if I can actually make a loaf from scratch and not a mix.

i think i can....
I THINK I CAN....
I KNOW I CAN!!!

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8/9/08 10:18 A

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The rule of thumb for a bread mixer is wet first, dry on top. I heat my milk up first, in the microwave although it would probably be healthier to heat it up on the stove, to luke warm so the yeast will start growing. I don't do the timer but if you did you should put the yeast in on top of the dry so it doesn't activate until you start mixing. Other than that you can just go for it. I love to put a mix of honey and butter (but I'm staying away from butter so Smart Balance) over the top just as it comes out of the oven and then let it soak in and drip down the sides and then I dump the loaf out. This recipe makes the best rolls as well and I use if for pizza dough too.

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8/9/08 9:51 A

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B (KINGCLOSER) Can you give me any instructions about making the bread in a bread maker? I would like to try and make a batch of your Grandma's cleaned up recipe but the only bread's I've ever made in my breadmaker were mixes that I bought that had instructions with them (before I started eating cleaner).

I guess the main thing I would need to know is if there is an order in which you place the ingredients into the maker and any other details that a newbie bread baker might not know.

Thanks so much for any help.
Teresa

i think i can....
I THINK I CAN....
I KNOW I CAN!!!

My favorite workout is the one I just finished.

If you're going around in circles, you're probably cutting corners.

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8/8/08 2:54 P

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I don't personally find wheat to be bad, but you'll get varying answers.

The controversy with regard to regular versus sprouted grean is phytates, also called phytic acid. Some say that phytates are an anti-nutrient compound, meaning you don't absorb calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc in the intestinal tract. Other ecidence suggests that phytaste actually HELPS prevent cancer in the colon.

When you soak and sprout grains, you increase vit a and vit c, though you lose some protein. They're also generally more tolerated by those who have a gluten intolerence.

Personally, I think some sprouted grain is fine, but I won't go to the work of making it (it takes several days), though once in a while I enjoy that process. Otherwise, I just make our bread a couple of times a week.

And I totally see why you'd be "addicted" to Ezekiel bread, my kids think it's cake!

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8/8/08 2:51 P

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I live in a small town and the bread I can buy here in the stores is full of sugars and hfcs. I actually make it for myself in my bread maker or in the oven most of the time now. I've taken my grandmas recipe for wheat bread and cleaned it up and I love it. Tastes like hers did but is much cleaner. Here is the link to it if anyone is interested. recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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I also use this recipe for my pizza dough and other breads.

I noticed on the recipe I have smart balance down for the oil. I use that or the same amount of olive oil if you are against using smart balance.

B.

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8/8/08 2:36 P

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Can anyone enlighten me about bread? I think I'm addicted. I've been eating Ezekiel bread lately. Is "good" bread still "bad" for you? What is up with sprouted bread?

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