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My October recipe was
200gm super seed mix from Lidl
150gm of ground almonds
1 cup of psyllium flour
1cup rye flour
2 cups of white bread flour
2 cups of chapatti flour (wholemeal)
1 tsp sugar
2 sachets yeast
2tsp baking powder
small amount of lard - warmed to soften
2 pints of warm water - you might need a bit more after kneading for a while.
Knead well, divide into 3 small loaf tins, spray the top with warm water and leave at 40 degrees C to rise. Probably needs 1 to 2 hours.
When risen, place in a preheated oven 180 degrees C - spray water onto loaves and into oven to make it steamy to start with, helps the bread to rise a bit more.
The psyllium makes the bread purple, but that is disguised by the seed mix and rye flour being brown.
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