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I've had my nose broke once and hit there a few times because I did karate when I was younger.Thanks?
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Certainly.I know you're working hard but I'd like that recipe when you can.
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ok, missing only the arrowroot and maple syrup and dry yeast but will get and bake. I have 2 pullman pans here.Certainly.
You will need the following ingredients:
1 cup of almond flour
1/3 cup of coconut flour
1 cup of arrowroot flour
1 teaspoon of sea salt
2 teaspoons of active dry yeast
1.5 tablespoons of chia seeds
2 tablespoons of psyllium husk
1.24 cups of filtered water
2 teaspoons of maple syrup
Mix together all of the flour listed above in a bowl (medium to large size) along with the sea salt. Heat the water to around 110 degrees F. add the maple syrup to the hot water and stir. Add the dry yeast and stir. Let sit for 10 minutes. It should be foamy and bubbly.
Stir the chia and psyllium power into the yeast mixture and let sit for a minute. Combine and then pour mixture into the flour/sea salt mixture. Kneed the "dough" for a minute and then place back into the bowl to rise for an hour. Pre-heat oven to 425. Take a damp paper towel and cover the bowl. Shape your "dough" into a circular or square shape (your choice). Next take an egg and scramble. Score the top of the bread like a tic-tac-toe design and brush with the egg wash. Place into the oven for about 40 minutes. Let it cool and your good to go.
Once you get good at making the bread above, you can experiment with herbs, honey, seeds, nuts, etc. to make it taste even better. Let me know how you make out.
I got this bro . For some reason my legs in the photo look smaller than how they actually are . Otherwise i don’t think i would be able to squat 420s for 5 reps plus they were barely fitting inside those trousers.Dudes arms look bigger than his thighs, lol!
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Im 6,3 ft tall and been squatting a lot . Actually squat is my 3rd favorite exercise after 1)deadlifts and 2)pull-ups .420? My God. I thought I was good when I hit 315 lol
Grounded chia is fine. If you can get some flax and mix it in, it will be even healthier (and tastier). Arrowroot can be found online, but I am not sure how fast Amazon or Walmart are delivering. Lucky Vitamin might have it. For the maple syrup, just make sure you get a quality one, not an Aunt Jemima fake one. It's how the yeast ferments. Higher the quality, the better. I get my from Costco for 6 bucks, but it's been a zoo there.ok, missing only the arrowroot and maple syrup and dry yeast but will get and bake. I have 2 pullman pans here.
Also the chia I have is ground, not in seed form.
Thanks, new baking project!