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Spelt Bread from the Breadmachine

Spelt is a grain used in biblical times. It is a variety of wheat which some wheat sensitive people can tolerate while others cannot. You will be the best judge. (If gluten is your problem, you will want to avoid spelt.)

Directions

This is for a 1 lb. loaf using the Welbilt-type of breadmachine.

Place yeast and sugar together in one corner of the baking canister. Add salt and spelt flour.

Pour eggs, oil and vinegar in a measuring cup. Gently fill this cup with warm water(110°-115°)to equal 1 cup + 2 Tb., add to bread canister.

Push start button and use the basic bread setting.

Note I: Clear vinegar is made from grains and should be avoided.

Note II: If you have the kind of breadmaker that requires the liquid be added first, combine and mix all ingredients well, and add the dough to your bread canister.

You can also use your own familiar manual bread making skills with this recipe.

Allow loaf to cool before cutting.

Makes 1-1/2 lb loaf (13 slices).


Spelt Bread from the Breadmachine

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Spelt Flour

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Baking Aids
Sea Salt

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Gluten Free
Active Dry Yeast

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TONYA DAHL October 25, 2013
This recipe was very tasty. I followed the recipe almost except I added 1/4 cup each sunflower and flax seeds. I have a Panasonic and set in on whole wheat mode which I think cooked too long and next time will use regular mode ( 4 instead of 5). I also added an extra tbsp of coconut oil.
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mary December 6, 2014
With a couple of adjustments the bread came out tasty. I didn't have acv so i used rice vinegar and olive oil instead of veggie oil. i also had to add extra flour because it was way to sticky.. so next time i would not add the extra 2 TBS of water.

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