following article was written by Carissa Leventis-Cox of Mama in the Kitchen, and she ain't cookin'!
I grew up eating a white-flour
bread called "Pan de Sal." I remember how I began to love eating the
rolls after watching a commercial in which a little boy salivated over a roll
covered with margarine. Preferring fresh, made-from-scratch, whole foods,
we don't eat any of these processed foods in my kitchen.
Although I have my own flour mill
and bake our own breads, I prefer to offer my family foods that are even less
processed and more nutritious. This raw bread is soft, fluffier than other raw
breads, really nutritious, and easy to make!
Raw Soft Bread Rolls2–3 Tbsp. unpasteurized white miso1/2 cup softened extra virgin
coconut oil (put the bottle in warm water to liquify)1/2 cup flax meal2 cups sprouted soft wheat berries
(soak the soft wheat berries overnight, drain and rinse the next day, and sprout
if you wish or use as is)Enough water to create a batter,
about 1 cup or less (just enough so that the batter is sturdy enough to mold
into individual loaves)
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