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pretty good. i made with some rye flour mixed it. i should have added more salt. i'm a salt monster though.

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snickels February 20, 2007

This was wonderful and very similar to the expensive bags of pita chips at the grocery store....the only flaws were errors made on my part! I didn't work in enough flour at the end and the dough was difficult to roll out. Will definitely try again and have fun with testing out different seasonings.

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Vino p.o. prn February 17, 2007

Wonderful, crispy bread! I loved how quick and easy it was to make, but especially loved the texture and flavor. Rather than using a baking pan, I rolled the dough out on parchment paper, then used a baker's peel to slide it right into the oven onto a hot baking stone. We love garlic, so I did use garlic in the olive oil; for the herbs, I just used Penzeys Italian herb mix, but I can think of many variations I would like to try. I'm sure I'll be making this again often, Thorsten--thanks for sharing the recipe!

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GaylaJ January 02, 2007

Excellent bread, it is crisp and chewy at the same time. I doubled the recipe and added a bit of cayenne powder to the dough, the dough is beautiful to work with. I formed two free form type of flat breads. I crushed the garlic and added it to the olive and nuked in the micro for about 30 seconds so that the garlic would give off more flavor. Brushed the oil on and sprinkled on the herbs and baked. It was delicious I couldn't stop eating it and it was the only thing gone from the New Years Eve Party Buffet. Thank you for this great recipe.

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Take a Letter Maria January 01, 2007

Had it last night with a herb topping, tasted great! Will fix again tonight with olive oil and garlic topping. Thank You

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Mudpie December 02, 2006

Made it last night and it was a big hit. I roasted galic and brushed on with olive oil, then added rosemary...it was gone in the matter of seconds. Thanks easy, and good.

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sunshine33 November 27, 2006

So easy to make with ingredients easily at hand. I made a thin bread to freeze to try later as a pizza crust, I'm sure will be great!

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Mom of 2...make that 3 October 13, 2006

Super easy and fast! I used Guinness Stout for this recipe. I thought the stout may have been too strong, but was pleasantly surprised. Even the two kids that were here gobbled it up! I used extra virgin olive oil mixed with fresh Parmesan, garlic and basil and a touch of rosemary. Thanks Thorsten.

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NcMysteryShopper August 09, 2006

Loved this used newcastle brown as the beer and it wasn't as bubbly as I thought it was going to be will try a different one next time! Topped mine with Chilli flakes and sea salt. I also baked mine on a pizza stone, if you are going to do this make sure you flour well though!

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PinkCherryBlossom August 08, 2006
Crispy Beer Flat Bread