3 Reviews

Bland and flavorless. Needed salt and a little shortening. This is the only recipe I've seen that doesn't have either. What size pans? Waste of a lot of time today.

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init2xs December 21, 2012

Its about taste. the lack of salt is like flavorless cheese curd , the added salt would bring out what this recipe needs and 1.5 tsp of baking soda to help out the cultures and 1/4 of sugar. I did this and it made a great difference

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David C. August 31, 2015

Your salt rising bread looks delicious. I watched Susan Brown on Expert Village (for a week I kept watching the video) trying to figure out how to make salt rising bread. This starter was the third starter I tried and it works!! I make this at least once a month for a dance teacher of mine who told me she could not find this bread in Los Angeles. I do add salt and butter to my bread, and bake at 350. Maybe I will try at 300 degrees. I have tried the other starters and this is the best. Thank you for posting this recipe.

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JOY1998 October 04, 2008
Dj's "true" Salt Rising Bread