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 Post subject: Re: What Are You Baking?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:07 am 
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I've made two decent round loaves of bread and a chocolate pudding/lava/molten cake recently.

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 Post subject: Re: What Are You Baking?
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I food prepped up a storm yesterday. Sheet roasted veges, bean and sausage hot pot, and breakfast rice pudding. Starting competition taper this week for comps in March, so back on the good food wagon as part of the prep.

(This after spending the last week eating donuts for breakfast in Portland, and eating way too many burgers in Montana ...)

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OMG. I have just made another batch of the most amazing crackers. You cannot believe than anything that is both vegan and gluten-free could be this amazing.

Bits of seedy heaven - recipe

Ingredients
100 ml oats
100 ml sunflower seeds
100 ml linseeds
100 ml pumpkin seeds
100 ml sesame seeds
(or some mix of seeds total 400 ml)
(I also added a couple of spoons of poppy seeds, and some black pepper)
300 ml gluten-free flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
200 ml water
100 ml veg oil

Method
Preheat overn to 180C.
Mix together dry ingredients. Add oil and water and mix thorough with a wooden spoon. Dough will be quite sticky – add a bit more flour if it seems too wet.

Take about a third of the dough at a time. Roll each portion out between two sheets of baking paper, as thin as it goes, which is the height of the biggest seeds. Remove top sheet of baking paper and cut into squares – a pizza cutter works well for this.

Carefully move each piece onto baking sheet lined with paper. They can be placed quite close together, as they don't expand much on baking.

Bake for 20-25 minutes, until just golden and crisp.


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Toffee chip blondies.

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We’re planning to stay indoors all weekend thanks to the Coronavirus, so I’m planning to bake some sourdough bread. I fed Nigel (my starter, yes I named the starter) last night, and it’s looking good and active this morning.

I figure that if we end up on mandatory work-from-home or whatever, between the starter and the 20lbs of flour I bought last week, we should have enough food to keep us going for a while.


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I baked a braided loaf today and I've got cornbread in the oven now.

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I made chocolate/peanut butter chip cookies this afternoon.


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I made some no knead cheddar bread. I've never tried making no knead bread. It was super easy and delicious. Now I know I can do it when I'm busy and back to working.


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Buttermilk sandwich bread.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 8:13 am 
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Scones

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