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Thread: Need basic no yeast (good!) bread recipes

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    Can anyone share their favorite no yeast bread recipes??I have 2 in their first year in 4H breads and would like each of them to have a choice in good breads. First year require no yeast. Thanks for anyone that can help!Skeat

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    Here's a couple

    http://earthnotes.tripod.com/soda-bread.htm

    http://www.recipezaar.com/67405

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    I've won fair ribbons with this recipe. Up home, blueberries come in while the zucchinis are growing huge overnight. You can make it with the huge ones that somehow grow out of control. It also freezes beautifully and is wonderful toasted with a touch of butter or cream cheese.

    Blueberry Zucchini Bread


    2 cups Zucchini, grated
    3 eggs
    1 - sugar
    cup melted butter
    3 cups flour
    1 tsp. salt
    tsp. baking powder
    1 tsp. baking soda
    1 tsp. cinnamon
    tsp. cloves
    tsp. mace or nutmeg
    1 Tbl. vanilla
    cup chopped walnuts
    1 pint blueberries

    Beat eggs and sugar until lemony. sift dry ingredients. Combine egg mixture, butter, and dry ingredients to make batter. Stir in vanilla and nuts, then zucchini last.

    Bake at 350 for one hour or until bread pulls away from sides of pan and toothpick comes out clean. Cool before slicing.

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    That sounds yummy!
    Now, I would make it if blueberries weren't cosing an arm and leg to buy!

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    It's flexible. Youu can leave them out or substitute something else. Last time I made it, I used Craisins (dried sweetened cranberries) and it was good. It's a nice change from the heavy, greasy tea breads.

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    You all are super!! These both will be big helps!! We need more for anyone else out there thinking about it:))Post your family or personal favorites!:)Thanks much Skeat

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    I havent made these in a very long time, and couldn't tell you where my recipes are! You might try Irish Soda bread, or a good bananna bread. The bananna bread is great tasting, and easy to make.

    Good luck,

    Robbi

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    Robbi, I found it online!! I've never heard of this bread before but the reviews on it are all good!! Thank you too! You can go to: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/231580 for those that are curious too:0)Skeat

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    Sonray posted a listing for taste of home dowload..........they have the best recepies.......resources

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    Thanks Ruth!! It is so appreciated! Skeat

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