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Bannock bread.

Sorry for no links, but I seem to be HTML impared tonight. Also go to and do a search on bannock bread


-- DuffyO (, November 16, 1999


DuffyO - Thanks for the URL, I am always on the lookout for easily prepared normal stuff!

-- Sammie (, November 17, 1999.


thanx so much for this url. i was just looking through my wife's cookbooks last night for a yeast-free bread recipe. i'll be trying this one real soon.

-- Cowardly Lion (, November 17, 1999.

An oven is merely a box that holds in heat long enough for something inside of it to cook. It can range from your latest electronic kitchen wonder to a pile of dry mud with a cavity in it to a cardboard box.

Take a look at the macscouter site for a number of ways to bake without a kitchen oven. or the International Dutch Oven Society for excellent information on using Dutch Ovens to bake with

There's also all kinds of flat breads made with any grain you care to name, just a bit of time researching recipe sites will turn up dozens.


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-- A.T. Hagan (, November 17, 1999.

Thanks for the Bannock recipe. I picked up some Ezekiel (sp) flour the other day. It has multiple grains and bean flour in it. My plan is to make pancakes and/or bannock bread with it. Anybody have experience with this flour?.....Alobar

-- Alobar (, November 18, 1999.

You can also make frybread. Make your usual bread recipe, and cut your dough into pieces about the size of the palm of your hand. Drop into about 1" of hot grease, and cook like a doughnut. In Utah and that area, this is called Navajo bread.

-- Liz Pavek (, November 21, 1999.

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