2 - 3 peeled potatoes - thin slices filling a wide mouth quart
jar 3/4 full
2 Tbsp. (heaping) flour
2 Tbsp. white sugar
Pinch of soda
2 c. boiling water
The 2 tablespoons of flour, white sugar, and pinch of soda
goes on top of potatoes. 2 cups boiling water -- leaving at least
1-inch or more space to top of jar. Sit the jar in a big pot of
hot water putting a loose lid on top of jar, (Do not tighten lid,
only sit it on.) Put a lid only sitting on top of pot of water. I
sit this on back of cook stove on 1 burner (no fire), lighting the
other 3 burners on stove all night. 8 - 12 hours.
Next morning you should have 1-inch of foam on top of
potatoes. Using the water you rinse the potatoes with, at least 3
quarts warm water, 2 tablespoons sugar, pinch of soda, 3/4
teaspoon of salt (optional), enough flour to make thick (not too
thick, but like a pancake batter). Sit in a warm place, on back
of stove with no fire around it. Approximately 1 hour it should
be raised (foam all over top). Add 1 c. warm melted butter or oil
(I use 1/2 of each- 2 tablespoon sugar, dip out about 4 cups
batter at a time adding 1/4 cup warm water. Add flour and knead
into loaves. Save 1 loaf of bread before baking to start another
batch of bread starting as the next morning and adding liquid to
thicken. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 - 45 minutes, depending on
size of loaves. Recipe makes approx: 10 loaves.
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