Rye Flour

Discussion in 'Pastries & Baking' started by teresa, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. teresa

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    I have a lot of rye flour.  Now that I can not eat yeast, any suggestions as to what I can use it for?  Is there a good rye bread recipe using no yeast that anyone has?
     
  2. thetincook

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    Knackebrod?
     
  3. teresa

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    Ok, I have to admit I did not know what this was, so I looked it up.  Then I tried it.  Well....  either I missed the boat on the recipe or this stuff tastes like cardboard. So I did it again, putting in seasonings, onion, garlic, etc.  I got something I might use for appetizers with a spread or dried out for croutons.  Is this typical ?  Maybe it is just my tastes.  Any other ideas?
     
  4. thetincook

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    Well, you don't usually eat it plain. Typically you'd do something like a smear of butter and a slice of lox.

    Cardboardy is fairly apt.
     
  5. siduri

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    Well, and it does taste something like very nicely crisp cardboard with a smear of butter and a slice of lox...

    sorry folks
     
  6. highlander01

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    ROLFMAO !!!!! Sorry I just couldn't help it that was just to good!!!!