Pilot Bread. Purslane and Sesame

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Pilot Bread. Purslane and Sesame

Post: #263725 Durgan
Fri Jul 06, 2012 10:34 am

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?XSPNK 5 July 2012 Pilot Bread. Purslane and Sesame
Pilot bread was made utilizing purslane seeds and sesame seeds.The intent was to make only purslane pilot bread, but insufficient seeds were collected.Procedure is blending desired seed ingredient(s) with whole wheat flour and baking in the oven to make a nutritional bread or hard tack. To soften the fingers, it can be microwaves for 20 seconds, steamed for five minutes, or soaked in a liquid. The product has indefinite storage time if kept dry.For me it is a replacement the typical processed breads.Annotated pictures depict the process.

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