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Salt Raised Bread Recipe

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1 large
3 tablespoons
1/8 teaspoon
2 cups
3 tablespoons
2 cups
1/4 cup
3 tablespoons
1 tablespoon
1/8 teaspoon
6 – 7 cups
granulated sugar
baking soda
water, boiling
corn meal
sweet milk
granulated sugar
baking soda

Oven Temp: 350°
Recipe Cooking Time: 45 – 50 minutes
Pan Type: 2 bread pans

Raised Bread Directions

Preheat your oven.

Recipe Note: 24 hours before you want to make the bread, combine in a 2 quart jar or large glass container, the potatoes, first amount of sugar, cornmeal and first amount of baking soda.
Add two cups of boiling water.
Cover with plastic wrap and leave in a warm place overnight.

The following day all the foam should be at the top of the jar.
Pour off one cup of the liquid from jar.
Combine in a large mixing bowl the liquid that you just removed, the second amount of sugar, the second amount of baking soda and the milk.
Mix well and add enough of the flour to make the mixture into a paste.
Cover and set in a warm place to rise until the raised bread dough doubles in size.

To the remaining flour add the shortening and salt, mix this into the paste mixture. Knead until the raised bread dough mixture forms nice bread dough.
Grease the bread pans.
Fill the pans and cover with a clean cloth.
Allow to sit until bread dough doubles in size.
Bake salt raised bread in a preheated oven until the bread sounds hollow when tapped.

Recipe Yields: 2 bread loaves

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