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  • Nikki Nine-Hester

    Interesting.... Another pinner said: Salt-Rising Bread, a.k.a. Pioneer Bread because it needed no yeast. From an old, old recipe book, sent to COUNTRY MAGAZINE by a reader. It's THEIR MOST REQUESTED RECIPE EVER!!!

  • Jan Woodruff

    Want to try this. Salt-rising bread, a.k.a. pioneer bread because it needed no yeast. From an old, old recipe book, sent to Country magazine by a reader. It's their most-requested recipe ever -- get it here. Talks about potato bread recipe too!!! LOVE homemade bread!!

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Toby and I tried this and it was delicious. Just be careful not to add the salt right to the yeast or it will kill the yeast.

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I just printed the reciepe for Pioneer bread, or Salt-rising bread, and it made me remember my mother making a bread from a starter made from potatoes in water which fermented over night. Does anyone remember a bread like this? It had a wonderful taste, yeasty, as I remember. Of course, that was about 65 years ago!! I’d be interested to hear from anyone who remembers such a bread

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