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  1. jvin248

    jvin248 Doctor of Teleocity

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    If you are using no yeast in your bread ... you don't 'need' the sugar.

    Here is a good description for no-kneed with yeast.





    If you are running short of yeast .. you can make more by using an (unsealed but covered) mason jar with yeast and flour and water.

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  2. screefer

    screefer Tele-Holic Silver Supporter

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    Irish soda bread with added sugar, eh?
    You can omit the baking powder and up the baking soda to 2 tsp. as the buttermilk supplies the required acidity to fuel the rise. If no buttermilk (acid) then you use baking powder (has it's own acid). Baking powder is just baking soda with tartaric acid.
    You got the cross right. Yummy scrum!!
     
  3. 39martind18

    39martind18 Friend of Leo's

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    Sorry about the earlier puns. I'm a heel for making them, crummy things that they were- it took a lot of crust on my part, although I do have a wry sense of humor! Just kneaded to explain.
     
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    A bit of sugar and a bit of yeast goes a long way to good bread: IMG_2871.JPG
     
  6. HotRodSteve

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    I no knead bread I keto.
     
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