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Old 07-22-2018, 04:01   #21
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Wow! How does it hold up as toast? (Or have you tried that yet?)

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Wow! How does it hold up as toast? (Or have you tried that yet?)
Yeah, I've toasted it. Since it's heavy and dense it takes either a high setting or three attempts at it on a normal setting. It doesn't make toast like normal bread would.......but if you put some slices on a rack and put them in a 100 degree oven for about 15-30 minutes, it will dry them out pretty well.

Of course I put extra fat/oil in my mix, because I don't like "dry" bread, and that probably makes it harder to toast.

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For whatever reason, I haven't felt a real urge to eat bread, so I probably won't pursue this further. But there are many here, especially people new to LCHF/keto who would be happy to know there's a good substitute for when they are really jonesing for toast or a sandwich. Thanks, Chaidragonfire!

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For whatever reason, I haven't felt a real urge to eat bread, so I probably won't pursue this further. But there are many here, especially people new to LCHF/keto who would be happy to know there's a good substitute for when they are really jonesing for toast or a sandwich. Thanks, Chaidragonfire!
Well, like I stated in another thread...I think....I eat sandwiches during the summer because I don't like to cook much. When fall hits, I probably won't make any more of that bread till next year.

Although I do make flour breads for gifts for the holidays.

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Well, like I stated in another thread...I think....I eat sandwiches during the summer because I don't like to cook much. When fall hits, I probably won't make any more of that bread till next year.
You did -- and absolutely nothing wrong with that. My summer go-to is salad from a bag; I don't even have to cut up my "base material". You never know; you might like this enough to keep going. It doesn't sound really hard to put together. And it's good to have something you know can stand in reasonably well for "real" bread.

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I've found an almond flour based bread mix that is really good!

I also made a batch of chicken bbq to make sandwiches with!
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was just coming on here to post a game changing bread recipe and it is so similar to this one, but you make single servings in the microwave, called 90 second bread. I am loving it. will post seperatly, not sure who to credit, it was sent to me by a friend.
I love that bread. I actually got the recipe from someone here on this site. It is dry like someone pointed out, but I usually make a mini sandwich with turkey sausage and egg with lots of butter .

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You did -- and absolutely nothing wrong with that. My summer go-to is salad from a bag; I don't even have to cut up my "base material". You never know; you might like this enough to keep going. It doesn't sound really hard to put together. And it's good to have something you know can stand in reasonably well for "real" bread.
Yeah, I was trying to change from sandwiches for a while and do the salad thing. I did it for two weeks and got back on sandwiches.

I can't do plain salad. I have to have tomato, onion, cucumber, radishes, cheese, and some chopped up lunch meat. I got tired of chopping.......LOL.

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I can't do plain salad. I have to have tomato, onion, cucumber, radishes, cheese, and some chopped up lunch meat. I got tired of chopping.......LOL.
Not that it's my job to convince you otherwise, but I don't mind doing a little "batch processing" -- cutting up enough cucumber, cheese, onion, etc., for a few days' worth of salads.

My big problem with that is that other members of the family "poach" the prepared goods for their own meals...

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Not that it's my job to convince you otherwise, but I don't mind doing a little "batch processing" -- cutting up enough cucumber, cheese, onion, etc., for a few days' worth of salads.

My big problem with that is that other members of the family "poach" the prepared goods for their own meals...
Well, I would do that........cut up enough for a few days. I can't do too much too far in advance as it goes all watery or soft. And the radishes will get kind of "styrofoamy". So I probably would cut up enough for 3 days in advance.

I pass a grocery store going home every day, so it's no big deal to stop and get some new stuff every few days. I just got tired of it. I'm lazy that way. LOL

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