Buckwheat bread

Buckwheat bread

Thank you to Basia Sujecki for sharing this beautiful buckwheat bread recipe 

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Buckwheat bread

Ingredients

  • 360 gram of Bio-Oz buckwheat kernels
  • 170 gr of millet kernels
  • 170 gr of quinoa
  • 1 level tbs of salt (or less adjust to personal preference)
  • 3 tbs of psyllium husks

Takes , serves 2.

Instructions

  1. Rinse and soak overnight
  2. Drain and mix in food processor with 1 tbs of salt and 3 tbs of psyllium husks. There should be enough water to make a thick paste
  3. Cook in the oven in 150C for 2 hours.
  4. Keep in the fridge, best toasted.

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