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This bread recipe could be the difference between starving and eating in the times ahead.

 
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Hard tack is a good thing to have
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Question for all you bakers:


How long does yeast last? Is the Expir. date accurate? If not, how long can I keep/use past? I have often wondered.

Thanks for all the great bread ideas.

hf
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How's this for a bread recipe? While you're baking bread I'll sniff the air for a bread scent. When I smell it, I'll sneak up to where you are and cap your ass and take your bread!
Rule #1: Don't EVER bake bread because everybody will know where a source of food can be found. You're dead and I have your bread so try storing crackers instead.
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How bout this instead......

You smell my shit and cum give me a rim job and get all the food you love.

Ass wipe
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How about I slit your throat, field dress you, then sell you to the starving masses as pork? The only thing worse than a gay boy is a gay boy who thinks he's tough!
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Question for all you bakers:


How long does yeast last? Is the Expir. date accurate? If not, how long can I keep/use past? I have often wondered.

Thanks for all the great bread ideas.

hf
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Depends on the type of yeast you are storing. Here's a starting link




[link to www.thefreshloaf.com]
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How's this for a bread recipe? While you're baking bread I'll sniff the air for a bread scent. When I smell it, I'll sneak up to where you are and cap your ass and take your bread!
Rule #1: Don't EVER bake bread because everybody will know where a source of food can be found. You're dead and I have your bread so try storing crackers instead.
 Quoting: John Donson 1012203



How bout this instead......

You smell my shit and cum give me a rim job and get all the food you love.

Ass wipe
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260185

How about I slit your throat, field dress you, then sell you to the starving masses as pork? The only thing worse than a gay boy is a gay boy who thinks he's tough!
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OHhhhh! Tough guy Huh???


Bet I can flip you and dick you before you can throw me and blow me!


LoL!



P.S. Get off this thread dickwad unless you have something constructive to add.
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Hard tack is a good thing to have
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yes it is but its like pulling teeth to get a cook to bake it people cant believe i actually enjoy eating it.

and the neighbor forbid her kids from eating it because she was worried about their teeth lol
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Bannock
Recipe #1 Simple bannock

Let's not forget the all time easiest campfire bread....BANNOCK!

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Oh cool- bannock bread! I love this stuff!

I go to Montreal all the time, and there's a restaurant in the Old City that serves this. The bannock they serve has cranberries and nuts in it, and it's really good.

Thanks for the recipe!
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Re: This bread recipe could be the difference between starving and eating in the times ahead.
Question for all you bakers:


How long does yeast last? Is the Expir. date accurate? If not, how long can I keep/use past? I have often wondered.

Thanks for all the great bread ideas.

hf
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Depends on the type of yeast you are storing. Here's a starting link




[link to www.thefreshloaf.com]
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Thanks.....that will be a fun and informative site!

hf
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Re: This bread recipe could be the difference between starving and eating in the times ahead.
Question for all you bakers:


How long does yeast last? Is the Expir. date accurate? If not, how long can I keep/use past? I have often wondered.

Thanks for all the great bread ideas.

hf
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Depends on the type of yeast you are storing. Here's a starting link




[link to www.thefreshloaf.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260185




Thanks.....that will be a fun and informative site!

hf
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You are very welcome.

Happy Baking!
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How's this for a bread recipe? While you're baking bread I'll sniff the air for a bread scent. When I smell it, I'll sneak up to where you are and cap your ass and take your bread!
Rule #1: Don't EVER bake bread because everybody will know where a source of food can be found. You're dead and I have your bread so try storing crackers instead.
 Quoting: John Donson 1012203



How bout this instead......

You smell my shit and cum give me a rim job and get all the food you love.

Ass wipe
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260185

How about I slit your throat, field dress you, then sell you to the starving masses as pork? The only thing worse than a gay boy is a gay boy who thinks he's tough!
 Quoting: John Donson 1012203






OHhhhh! Tough guy Huh???


Bet I can flip you and dick you before you can throw me and blow me!


LoL!



P.S. Get off this thread dickwad unless you have something constructive to add.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260185

Not only are you gay but unintelligent to boot! My constructive knowledge says "don't bake bread when the world is starving". I think that's more important than your fantasies being spelled out for all the world to see. I will see you the day after. Be expecting me while you're wearing your apron baking bread.
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Look Bud.....

I already said that you have a good and valid point.

I am not gay in the least bit so get that out of your mind.

This thread is about baking bread, not survival. Don't you like bread??? The staff of life???

In the boonies, I will be nibbeling on crackers or whatever just like you.

Cheers!
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Stop peeking up my Apron! LoL!
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Your comments state otherwise! The friends I have that are male don't talk about flippin' and dickin'! Do you see how I could have taken you for being queer?
The day after...
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Your comments state otherwise! The friends I have that are male don't talk about flippin' and dickin'! Do you see how I could have taken you for being queer?
The day after...
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You're right.

Guess you tripped my trigger when you said you were going to smell my bread and come take it. Good luck with that.


I also understand and totally agree that you DO NOT bake bread when there are starving people (or animals) around.
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so who provides the electricity for the fridge and gas for the stove during the times ahead ? I know the sekeret power fairy , right ?

you stupid canuck fuck
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Oh gee no fride or stove, oh well guess we'll just starve lol. You can do better than that dude.
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02/25/2011 10:18 PM
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Wow! For a simple thread on baking bread, there seems to be a few that are probably using a microwave too often. Brain cells are burning.

Thanks to all for the positive input and keeping it real.

BTW...great recipes and links. Makes me want to start my site up again. Took it down when I sold my last bakery but ready to open again in a month or so.

Can't wait! Ain't nothing better than Cinna Buns in da morning! My specialty is the teabiscuit base...no yeast!
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A question about bread machines because there might be someone checking this thread who has an answer. I have wanted to get one but am concerned about the nonstick coating on the pans. Has anyone found a workaround for this, a model that doesn't have the coating or a pan that they modified to fit? And any dissers are talking to one of the hands typing this.
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bump


For the week-end Bakers!
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Re: This bread recipe could be the difference between starving and eating in the times ahead.
A question about bread machines because there might be someone checking this thread who has an answer. I have wanted to get one but am concerned about the nonstick coating on the pans. Has anyone found a workaround for this, a model that doesn't have the coating or a pan that they modified to fit?
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Same here.

I have ditched ALL my cookware with non-stick coatings, but I can't find a rice cooker that doesn't have it.

I have also thought about getting a bread maker, but they all have non-stick coatings as well.

I understand your concern, and share it. I want no part of the toxic brew that coats cookware anymore...
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A question about bread machines because there might be someone checking this thread who has an answer. I have wanted to get one but am concerned about the nonstick coating on the pans. Has anyone found a workaround for this, a model that doesn't have the coating or a pan that they modified to fit?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1274626


Same here.

I have ditched ALL my cookware with non-stick coatings, but I can't find a rice cooker that doesn't have it.

I have also thought about getting a bread maker, but they all have non-stick coatings as well.

I understand your concern, and share it. I want no part of the toxic brew that coats cookware anymore...
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A question about bread machines because there might be someone checking this thread who has an answer. I have wanted to get one but am concerned about the nonstick coating on the pans. Has anyone found a workaround for this, a model that doesn't have the coating or a pan that they modified to fit?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1274626


Same here.

I have ditched ALL my cookware with non-stick coatings, but I can't find a rice cooker that doesn't have it.

I have also thought about getting a bread maker, but they all have non-stick coatings as well.

I understand your concern, and share it. I want no part of the toxic brew that coats cookware anymore...
 Quoting: LinuxChick


I still prefer to use cast pans but I have seen a few sites offering a new type of paper pan. These are a one-off as I understand. Haven't done much research but if someone does, please report back.

Don't forget to try bakersjournal.com for some great ideas from pros. Great product reviews as well.

Thanks!
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A question about bread machines because there might be someone checking this thread who has an answer. I have wanted to get one but am concerned about the nonstick coating on the pans. Has anyone found a workaround for this, a model that doesn't have the coating or a pan that they modified to fit? And any dissers are talking to one of the hands typing this.
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Here is a link to a good arttical that may help you decide about the teflon coated pans. Compared to all the other poisons in store bought breads it just may be the better option.


[link to healthwyze.org]


Cheers!
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You can make cassave!
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Re: This bread recipe could be the difference between starving and eating in the times ahead.
.. an easy one I like ..
20 ounces of flour (all purpose)
12 ounce of water
2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoons instant yeast

Should take quite a bit of work to mix by hand but it's a simple recipe..

let it rise for 2 to 4 hours
take it out punch and fold a bunch then put it in your bread pan and cook..
I am starting to build a dutch oven next to our fireplace outside as soon as the snow thaws ..

Thanks for the recipe ..

another good one .. is flour, salt, water and oil .. to make tortillas .. I thinkm it's three cups of flour to a 1/3 cup of oil and 1 cup of water and a pinch of salt..

make into balls flatten and fry or bake or w/e you got..

dumplings are easy but gross..

and you can always (for real survival situation) whip up some flour and water to a cooking consistency .. add a lil butter if you have it .. and make in balls and if you have a fire going just toss the balls into the fire.. you can add just about anything to this .. like I said a lil fat will go a long way .. a lil dash of salt and baking soda too.. but you can add any kind of fruit, vegetable, or meat.. w/e you want to it.. :D

Thanks again..
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I just started using all cast iron pans .. good question about the rice maker, I have a family of six and we eat rice about four or more times a week .. we try not to use the non stick pans and things .. but that is one thing I can't get around.. I wonder if the older stoneware crockpots would cook the rice at a slower rate? .. or just stick with the stove?...
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just woke from a dream, the whole world was starving. i figured it was the past......people were gathering around fighting over moldy bread. a man stood up, "the orange water, the bronchitis water, that's where the money is".....he left the room, and a voice said "and they never saw him again".

i don't think this was the past.
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just woke from a dream, the whole world was starving. i figured it was the past......people were gathering around fighting over moldy bread. a man stood up, "the orange water, the bronchitis water, that's where the money is".....he left the room, and a voice said "and they never saw him again".

i don't think this was the past.
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Never sleep again!
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so who provides the electricity for the fridge and gas for the stove during the times ahead ? I know the sekeret power fairy , right ?

you stupid canuck fuck
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RAW BREAD! Sun dried. Sprout any grains you wish until the little sprout just breaks through. drain FULLY and then grind up in whatever you have to grind in. Good reason to have some sort of grinder that does not use electricity. Work in salt and yeast as you grind it. By the way, I think I need to get a mechanical grinder. I may have a tool that will work, that I used to use to puree stuff.

if the mess is too wet add a bit of flour if you have some. shape into thin easy to use pieces and dry in the sun. will work.
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I actually have an old mechanical coffee grinder. I just use it for decoration, but hey, make have to break it out one day if SHTF. Thanks for the tip. hf
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I'm pretty sure I've read that juniper berries can be used as a sourdough starter? anyone have more on this?
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I haven't finished reading this thread yet but I had to add this before I forget. Mother Earth News had an article on juniper berries.
[link to www.motherearthnews.com]

also on Mother Earth News are a couple of recipes for quick artesian breads

[link to www.motherearthnews.com]

and

[link to www.motherearthnews.com]

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I'm pretty sure I've read that juniper berries can be used as a sourdough starter? anyone have more on this?
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I haven't finished reading this thread yet but I had to add this before I forget. Mother Earth News had an article on juniper berries.
[link to www.motherearthnews.com]

also on Mother Earth News are a couple of recipes for quick artesian breads

[link to www.motherearthnews.com]

and

[link to www.motherearthnews.com]
 Quoting: Mercy143



Thanks for the links!

Sour dough starters are really pretty simple to make. Takes a few minuits a day for about a week.

Here is a video that uses pineapple juice instead of the juniper berries.


[link to www.breadtopia.com]


Really a good project if you have kids. Enjoy!
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Glad to see all these tips on sourdough. It's an amazing thing that used to be the difference between life and death for explorers, trappers etc. They would always carry a little starter under their clothes to be kept active and ready for the evening meal. That, with a little jerky (most times it was pemmican tho) and willow bark tea would fill the belly.

Thanks for all the great info folks!

Pemmican:



Great survival vids here:

[link to www.youtube.com]

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