This came from "Cooking the Norwegian Way", I'm posting it as written except for the buttermilk bit, but I'm sure it's open for variations. The footnotes recommend trying it with only white, wheat, or rye flour. 2/3 cup cornmeal can be subbed for 2/3 cup flour. You can also use real milk or buttermilk, original recipe called for 3/4-1 cup buttermilk. This is fast and doesn't require 10 different rise/punch cycles or a bread machine! The description on the page says "Flatbread is the oldest form of bread in Norway. Traditionally, families baked enough flatbread at one time to last half a year." Baking time accounts for about 10 minutes per circle, you get about 9 circles as written.