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spuds
Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 4:34am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'm new to all of this. I want to make my own soy bread. Does anyone have a recipe that is known to be good?

Amaranth seeds when put into a hot skillet (no oil) pop like popcorn. I steep them with my green tea and the taste is rather like the Japanese brown rice tea. Great! (It's wonderful to watch the seeds pop, eventhough they can end up all over the stove.)

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great tips you have there, thanks for sharing!

there s a recibase online, at the home page.......try that to find a compliant bread.


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Thank you. Will do!
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Quoted from spuds
I'm new to all of this. I want to make my own soy bread. Does anyone have a recipe that is known to be good?

Amaranth seeds when put into a hot skillet (no oil) pop like popcorn. I steep them with my green tea and the taste is rather like the Japanese brown rice tea. Great! (It's wonderful to watch the seeds pop, eventhough they can end up all over the stove.)

Theresa  




Theresa, Did you ever get your soy bread recipe yet?
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Amaranth seeds when put into a hot skillet (no oil) pop like popcorn. I steep them with my green tea and the taste is rather like the Japanese brown rice tea. Great! (It's wonderful to watch the seeds pop, eventhough they can end up all over the stove.)


Thank you for sharing this suggestion; this is an another alternative to the more commonly used popped rice in green tea.

Also...an added benefit that amaranth is beneficial for blood type A's.

Alia


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From the Recipe Index: Soy Griddle Cakes:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor.cgi?280

There are many bread recipes in the Recipe Index, you may need to experiment and substitute or use partial amounts of soy flour for the other flours suggested.

Alia


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