If you don't want to do without your daily bread, you can bake your own loaf. You only need a few basic ingredients that everyone usually has in stock at home. What these are and how you can bake your own bread – without yeast – in no time at all is explained below.
Which type of flour you choose is entirely up to you - the following recipe works just as well with wheat, spelled or wholemeal flour:
If you like, you can also work different grains such as sunflower and pumpkin seeds or linseed into the dough - take a handful of each. You also need a suitable form for baking bread, alternatively you can also use a bread maker. He does all the work for you.
If you don't have baking powder on hand, you can use baking soda. This is an essential ingredient in baking soda, but it can also act as a leavening agent in its pure form. It is important for you to know that baking soda can only serve as a baking powder substitute if the dough contains an acidic ingredient - buttermilk, for example. The chemical reaction between baking soda and an acidifier produces carbon dioxide, which causes the dough to expand. If you want to bake bread this way, you will need 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda and as much buttermilk as flour. The correct mixing ratio is 1:1 so that the bread dough can rise even without baking powder.
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