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Bread recipe that doesn't require yeast everytime?
#1
I could buy yeast every time I bake bread or what? I mean in the world we're all preparing for, one cannot go to wally world and pick up a package of yeast.

Does anyone have a recipe that will give me normal sandwich bread but that I don't have to use a new packet of yeast every time? Can I just grow yeast and dump in a cup or something?

Help a brother out here. I'm trying to save money and I'm making drastic cuts to my food budget.
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#2
Check out the bread thread///
http://mdpreparedness.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=136
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#3
I do not see any reason that a person could not keep a running batch of yeast in a jar on the counter,,, especially if a person was making bread every day. Remove as much as needed,, add a little water and some sugar and wait a day.
Would take some practice to get the exact method down.
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#4
you can grow yeast pretty easily

it is an extremely prevelant spor

all you generally need is a sugery/starchy water base (potato water works) grape or other fruit skins (unwashed) mashed up in a bowl of water will generally form yeast for sourdough in a matter of days.

once you get a live yeast starter going you can keep it going almost indefinately.
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#5
Ok.

I'm going to take some of my store bought super yeast and attempt keeping it as a starter.
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#6
Mrs. SG made some bread the other day. No yeast needed. Beer was the mechanism to start the rising process. I have a case of Bud Light that was given to me. Looks like I found a good use for NASCAR beer besides hydration without taste. Smile
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#7
LOL....

Beer bread is good stuff.. forgot about that but I had an aunt that used to make it.
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It's really good. Lots of herbs, give it a savory flavor. She promised to make some for this weekend.
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(09-25-2011, 05:47 PM)Streetgang Wrote: Mrs. SG made some bread the other day. No yeast needed. Beer was the mechanism to start the rising process. I have a case of Bud Light that was given to me. Looks like I found a good use for NASCAR beer besides hydration without taste. Smile

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Recipe, ll ?
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