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  • Originally posted by Bill the Cat View Post
    So how'd it turn out?
    Didn't try it.


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    • I am now trying to make something I miss from Germany, German Bread (Mischbrot)

      German bread is a type of sourdough rye bread and I really miss it. I found a recipe online and I am currently making the sourdough starter and will try my hand at making it this weekend.

      https://mygerman.recipes/german-rye-...ugh-mischbrot/


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      • Originally posted by Sparko View Post
        I am now trying to make something I miss from Germany, German Bread (Mischbrot)

        German bread is a type of sourdough rye bread and I really miss it. I found a recipe online and I am currently making the sourdough starter and will try my hand at making it this weekend.

        https://mygerman.recipes/german-rye-...ugh-mischbrot/

        That sounds awesome and delicious. Back when I was married, my wife and I would make all sorts of bread. My favorite was Ezekiel bread. We also had a grain grinder and would grind our own grain.

        Why were you in Germany? Military?

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        • Originally posted by Machinist View Post

          That sounds awesome and delicious. Back when I was married, my wife and I would make all sorts of bread. My favorite was Ezekiel bread. We also had a grain grinder and would grind our own grain.

          Why were you in Germany? Military?
          Dad was in the Army, married my mom over there (she's German), I was born there, and I have lived there off an on over the years growing up. Have a half sister and niece and nephew over there.

          What's Ezekiel bread?

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          • Originally posted by Sparko View Post

            Dad was in the Army, married my mom over there (she's German), I was born there, and I have lived there off an on over the years growing up. Have a half sister and niece and nephew over there.

            What's Ezekiel bread?
            The recipe is in the book of Ezekiel. It's a medley of various grains. Spelt, millet, barley, etc. It makes a hearty dense bread but really tasty.

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            • Originally posted by Machinist View Post

              The recipe is in the book of Ezekiel. It's a medley of various grains. Spelt, millet, barley, etc. It makes a hearty dense bread but really tasty.
              Ezekiel 4:9 “Take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt; put them in a storage jar and use them to make bread for yourself. You are to eat it during the 390 days you lie on your side. 10 Weigh out twenty shekels[b] of food to eat each day and eat it at set times. 11 Also measure out a sixth of a hin[c] of water and drink it at set times. 12 Eat the food as you would a loaf of barley bread; bake it in the sight of the people, using human excrement for fuel.”

              I think I will skip that.

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              • Originally posted by Sparko View Post

                Ezekiel 4:9 “Take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt; put them in a storage jar and use them to make bread for yourself. You are to eat it during the 390 days you lie on your side. 10 Weigh out twenty shekels[b] of food to eat each day and eat it at set times. 11 Also measure out a sixth of a hin[c] of water and drink it at set times. 12 Eat the food as you would a loaf of barley bread; bake it in the sight of the people, using human excrement for fuel.”

                I think I will skip that.
                There are actual recipes online that don't use excrement for fuel.


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                • Originally posted by mossrose View Post

                  There are actual recipes online that don't use excrement for fuel.
                  Then it ain't Ezekiel bread! Although God did relent and allow him to use cow dung instead.

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