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Oat and Flax Bread

לחם שיבולת שועל ופשתן

A little extra from me:

  • The bread can be stored in the fridge or freezer, I recommend always storing the bread sliced in advance.

In the refrigerator: for 6 days in a sealed box surrounded by absorbent paper that wraps the bread.

In the freezer: for 3 months in a sealed box with parchment paper between each slice. Try to keep the box in the inner part of the freezer.

  • I recommend heating the bread in a sandwich toaster and turning it into a wonderful toast. You can also heat / thaw it in a pan with a little olive oil or in a regular toaster. Any method you choose will work great and give a bite with a different texture.
  • Substitutes are the Achilles heel of my bread: I recommend not substituting anything in it, except for the date honey and almond flour, but I also recommend not substituting them.
  • My bread version has almond flour, it’s the best version. But there’s an option to replace it with oat flour / quinoa flour / green buckwheat flour / lentil flour / chickpea flour.

Please note: each flour has its own aroma and taste and they’ll also be felt in your loaves of bread, so it’s important that you choose a flour whose aroma and taste you like.

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Oat and Flax Bread. image: Essy Roz

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Oat and Flax Bread. image: Essy Roz

Oat and Flax Bread. image: Essy Roz


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