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    Lithuanian or Balkan Rye Bread

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    patioprincess
    Tue Dec 27, 2005 9:08 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    Wow, I was not brave enough to attempt that recipe, although ladies I knew when growing up did make them, in an oaken bread tub, keeping a piece of dough to use as the starter the next time around. I will be definitely interested in your experience.


    Please educate me on this oaken bread tub. icon_question.gif Making bread is my passion.
    I have wanted a grain mill for years. Dream come true. icon_biggrin.gif Got to love eBay. I did research on the internet to see what I wanted. I got a "brand new" vintage grinder. It is probably 30-40 years old. icon_lol.gif
    duonyte
    Fri Dec 30, 2005 7:03 pm
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    Basically it's just a big bowl carved from oak that is used only for making bread. See a mention of this in the story towards the bottom of this webpage, this lady actually used a half-barrel:

    http://www.williamrubel.com/bread/BRbreadindex.html
    patioprincess
    Fri Dec 30, 2005 8:50 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    Basically it's just a big bowl carved from oak that is used only for making bread. See a mention of this in the story towards the bottom of this webpage, this lady actually used a half-barrel:

    http://www.williamrubel.com/bread/BRbreadindex.html


    When I get more time I will have to look the site over. Thanks.
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