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how do you make essene bread?

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asked Jan 24, 2014 by anonymous




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4* cups rye berries (soaked 8-12 hours, rinsed; sprouted 12-24 hours) [I sprout closer to 12 hours than to 24.]2* cups sunflower seeds (soaked 8-12 hours, rinsed)2-1/2 teaspoons ground caraway seeds2-1/2 teaspoons ground dill seed2 teaspoons vege-sal or Spike*measurements of sprouted rye berries & soaked sunflower seeds are after they've been soaked and sprouted (rye berries) or soaked (sunflower seeds).If you're a regular sprouter you'll easily be able to coordinate the sunflower seeds and the rye berries - I soak the rye berries for 8-12 hours, then rinse them, then leave them to sprout and at that point soak the sunflower seeds so that the sunflower seeds are soaking 8-12 hours while the rye berries are sprouting approx. 12 hours.Preparation:Put all ingredients in a bowl and stir to distribute spices.Put the mixture through the Green Power machine using the blank screen and without the outlet adjusting knob (homogenizing). For the Champion you would also use the blank screen (homogenizing).Form into loaves (not more than 1-1/2 inches thick) and dehydrate 6-16 hours. We usually form it into 2 medium-size loaves or 4-6 little loaves.The resulting bread is crunchy on outside, moist on inside and nice and fermenty tasting - a little like rye-sourdough.
answered Jan 31, 2014 by Stacer

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