No-Yeast Irish Brown Bread

No-Yeast Irish Brown Bread created by May I Have That Rec

A dense, filling bread. Good for anyone who likes or needs to avoid yeast. Milk can be soured by adding 2 tbsp. vinegar.

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1hr 15mins
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  • Mix flours, bran, sugar and soda.
  • Make well in centre.
  • Pour in sour milk and oil.
  • Stir until moistened.
  • Pour into greased loaf pan.
  • Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees.
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"A dense, filling bread. Good for anyone who likes or needs to avoid yeast. Milk can be soured by adding 2 tbsp. vinegar."

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  1. Martha J.
    Can I use 2cups whole meal instead of bran which I don’t have??
  2. Traveler
    I haven't tried this particular recipe. But I tried many. The secret i gredient in mine is wheat germ. I have not used what gern in any other recipe, but I really wanted a good recipe.
  3. JACKSON L.
    Awesome
  4. dennisleek
    My Mother was born in Ireland! Brown bread gets its name because it is made with one cup of molasses, buttermilk, wheat and white flour, salt and lo fat milk. It is a semisweet bread to eat with tea, or toast and jam for breakfast!
  5. Debra R.
    Is sour milk buttermilk ?
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