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Spelt Bread

This recipe is posted in response to a request for sugar free, yeast free bread using flour other than white flour. I havent tried this recipe yet, but thought it would be helpful to the person requesting :) Good luck! Please review honestly with any changes, and I would be glad to make them accordingly.

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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F Measure your flour and put into a large bowl.
  • Add the oil to the flour, and rub the flour and oil together with your hands until nice and crumbly throughout.
  • Stir in the salt, baking soda, and cream of tartar.
  • Add the water and work through until you have formed a soft dough.
  • Immediately divide dough into two equal parts, and put into two loaf pans.
  • Bake for 30 minutes in your preheated oven.
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"This recipe is posted in response to a request for sugar free, yeast free bread using flour other than white flour. I havent tried this recipe yet, but thought it would be helpful to the person requesting :) Good luck! Please review honestly with any changes, and I would be glad to make them accordingly."
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  1. CountryMama
    I was looking for a yeast/dairy/wheat/egg-free bread and this fit the bill. It turned out wonderfully, with a light texture and delicious taste. This is definitely a lifesaver! Thanks!
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  2. evewitch
    On a recent health kick, I bought a 2 lb. bag of spelt flour for no discernable reason. This recipe was the perfect excuse to use it up. It was easy, and actually quite fun, to put together. I tasted a piece warm from the oven with butter. It has a nice "earthy" flavor and an interesting texture. Mine didn't rise as much as I would have liked, but I am nearly certain that my baking soda or cream of tartar (or both) were too old to be fully effective. While I would not personally go out of my way to make this bread again, I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who has dietary restrictions. It is the most bread-like "substitute" I have ever tasted. It is also so quick to put together that there is no hardship involved at all. Just make sure your active ingredients are fresh. ;)
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  3. love4culinary
    This recipe is posted in response to a request for sugar free, yeast free bread using flour other than white flour. I havent tried this recipe yet, but thought it would be helpful to the person requesting :) Good luck! Please review honestly with any changes, and I would be glad to make them accordingly.
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