After my successful bread and roll making sessions two weeks ago, I started researching on how to make my bread even better. Last year I tried the no-knead bread developed by Jim Lahey which you’ll find here: (http://www.sullivanstreetbakery.com/recipes). This was delicious but I want to use less white flour in my kitchen. What makes Jim’s … Continue reading
Category Archives: spelt
Cheesy lembas (aka crispbread) from the Thermomix
Easter is upon us and I’m spending a relaxing Easter Sunday pottering around, catching up with season 2 of “Lie to Me”, wandering in and out of the kitchen, and wondering whether or not to cook something. Recently, I read an interesting post on the rather wonderful blog emmycooks (http://emmycooks.com/2012/04/06/a-delicious-cracker-homemade-matzo-with-olive-oil/) which I am going to … Continue reading
Wholemeal spelt and emmer bread
I’d heard of emmer before from other internet sites but had never used it before. You’ll find the recipe that I used under http://www.shipton-mill.com/the-bakery/recipes/article-28/. You need to mix the ingredients for the starter the day before baking. Make a soft dough from the following ingredients and leave to rise overnight at room temperature in a … Continue reading
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