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Old Thu, May-12-05, 08:57
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OK. I finally made this last night and when I took it out of the microwave, I was a bit hesitent... it was very yellow and eggy looking and I hate eggs. But I gave it a few seconds and took the loaf out of its container and sliced it.... WOOOOOOWWWIE! It's actual bread!!!!



Great, great, great recipe!!! It's very tastey and boy I can not wait to finish that loaf off -- next time, for a treat, I think I might add some splenda and cocoa powder to make a chocolate loaf.



Thanks again!!!
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Old Thu, May-12-05, 10:54
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did anyone answer the container size question? i was looking at the recipe and wondering if it really makes eight slices?

Does the recipe puff up really big or what? How thick are are your slices?

Sorry for so many questions, i just really want to do this right!!!

thanks

deb
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Old Thu, May-12-05, 11:03
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I used one of those cheapie Glad containers that you can by in packages of 4 or something for a couple of bucks... I actually got mine with some lunchmeat I purchased.

It doesn't puff up that much and frankly, the 8 slices are about the size of those mini rye breads. Ok, maybe a little bigger. The taste and texture reminded me of rye bread, btw.

I just toasted a slice and it toasted nicely!! The only thing was that it smelled of egg, and again, I hate eggs. Fortunately, it doesn't *taste* like egg -- give it a whirl!!
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Old Sat, May-21-05, 11:19
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So I made this again last night and added a tbsp of unsweetened cocoa and a splash (or 2) of sf vanilla syrup.
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Old Tue, Jun-14-05, 04:01
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I made this yesterday. The first time I made it, I put it in a 5 in. square plastic container. Nuked it for 3 minutes. Let it cool somewhat and sliced it horizontally so you got 2 large slices of bread. It only rises about an inch. Made it a 2nd time adding garlic powder, basil & oregano for 'garlic bread' and put the dough into a rectangular container ( 5" X 9"), nuked it for about 2 1/2 min. Both were good slathered with butter. Just showed my DH how to make it this a.m. and have the recipe on the fridge for him. He really likes his bread. Going to try the diff. variations suggested soon. Such an easy recipe. Thank you!

(Elizellen, if you can figure it out, you should change the name to 'Microwave Flax Bread' for those folks who don't bake bread and may pass up on this if they just see the name 'Flax Bread'.)

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Old Wed, Oct-19-05, 07:56
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Heres what I like to do with it.
1) Slice it.
2) toast the slices a bit in the toaster oven.
3) top with mixture of tuna and mayo. Then add some shredded cheddar on top.
4) pop in the oven for a few mins.
Makes a nice tuna melt for brekki.
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Old Tue, Apr-25-06, 22:59
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Does anyone know if you can use silcone bakeware in the microwave?
I have a loaf pan & thought that would be good to use,but do not want to ruin it,if it should not be used in the microwave.
I'd love to try this recipe as I liove Flaxbread,but the one I get at the store is just too high in carbs to eat it very often.
Thank you in advance.
Snow Owl From Southern Ontario
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Old Thu, Apr-27-06, 21:29
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Does anyone know if you can use silcone bakeware in the microwave?
I have a loaf pan & thought that would be good to use,but do not want to ruin it,if it should not be used in the microwave.
I'd love to try this recipe as I liove Flaxbread,but the one I get at the store is just too high in carbs to eat it very often.
Thank you in advance.
Snow Owl From Southern Ontario


Sure can. I've been using a silicon miniloaf to test out new flax bread recipes...
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Old Sun, Apr-30-06, 13:20
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I have used this same basic recipe for a long time, but I make it into french toast by adding: 1 tsp vanilla, a couple dashes of cinnamon, a couple dashes of nutmeg and a couple packets of Splenda prior to nuking. All you need to do after is cooks is pop it on a plate and drizzle on some SF maple syrup. Even my kids LOVE IT!
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Old Tue, May-23-06, 09:16
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Kristine,

Thank you 1,000,000+++ for posting this recipe.

The only thing I changed was using a stick blender to mix everything together so that the bread comes out without the giant air holes I got from mixing with a fork.

This is a bready lifesaver, really! So versatile and tasty that it has become an almost daily treat.

Thank you!
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Old Mon, Jun-12-06, 21:05
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this bread is soooooooooooooooooooo yummy !!! i cant thank you enough for this recipe. i have been craving bread and thought that i would never have it again for it caused really bad binges. but this is a gift from heaven and it doesnt cause the horrible binges. i love it more than the muffins now. ohhh thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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Old Wed, Jun-14-06, 13:30
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Great recipe! Thanks for posting it!
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Old Wed, Jun-21-06, 06:14
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I absolutely LOVE this recipe...so fast and so easy I can't believe it! I have made little cakes out of it too with some splenda, cocoa and 85% lindt chocolate in it. Then for fun i poured some coconut milk over it when it was done! Tonight I am going to make the "apple" mix out of zucchini that is described in another thread and throw it in and make a loaf!! My only question is how much is too much flax in a day!?!?

Thanks again for the recipe!

sarah
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Old Sun, Aug-20-06, 04:05
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My only question is how much is too much flax in a day!?!?
If you are on Atkins induction then you can really only use flax as an aid to constipation problems, starting with one tablespoonsworth and increasing till you are no longer having problems in the bathroom!
Once you are on the nuts/seeds level/rung of OWL you can add the 5 net carbsworth (which would be tons of the bread).
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Old Sun, Aug-20-06, 11:54
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Elizellen: I haven't tried the recipe yet but I will very soon. It's sounds so delicious. Thank you.
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