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Hi need a receipe for canning bread and pesto,found one for canning cakes,turned out great. I rememeber a sailing trip (4 months),after a week no bread,only tinned crackers,when we made it to Granada I could smell the bakery for 2 days before we saw land.Thanks in advance,Daryll
-- Daryll (email@example.com), August 31, 1999
The simplest recipe is: One tablespoon yeast, one tablespoon sugar, one tesaspoon salt, one tablespoon oil of anykind, two cups of bread flour, one cup of HOT water. Mix it all up and add more water or flour as needed. You can go up to 4 cps of flour without more of the other ingredients except water. Let rise, punch down, cut into pieces that occupy one half of the pint jar. Let rise in jar and bake at 350 to 400 degrees until done. Put hot lids on and store. We have some that is now 9 months old. Its kind of tough but makes great toast.
-- Taz (Tassie@aol.com), August 31, 1999.
Check this site.
-- (Southeastern@my-deja.com), August 31, 1999.
Thanks Taz& --,trying bread in a jar today.
-- Daryll (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 01, 1999.
Urgent warning about baked-in-the-jar cakes & breads http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/1894/giftsjar3.html
I'm still planning to have a few jars in the fridge (and later in a cold room in the house when the power fails in January) to use as a home made MRE so I won't have cooking smells giving me away during the riots/die-offs.
-- Dennis Law (PaulLaw@aol.com), September 03, 1999.