Master Don Juan
- Nov 17, 2019
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very nice standards on the syrup-I agree. I agree with the benefits of flax. I make a rough-ground flax wrap in the microwave that turns out ok for folding in half but not rolling. But the microwaves probably obliterate the valuable flax omegas. Still tasty and satisfying though.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.
Any questions, reach out. Also, you can add raisens or chocolate chips to make it even more tasty. Soo many options, and pretty cheap to make.
There's a place called Bulk Barn here that I get unique or loose ingredients. No doubt they'll have the arrowroot. Some baking or natural foods aisles of big box stores have that small box of arrowroot. I've never handled that flour yet, possibly what makes this bread sweet? (is it high glycemic flour?)
This will be the first time combining nonwheat with yeast. Pretty curious with this recipe, thanks. Thanks for being available too.