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    I have been eating this for years, since it is German soul food. I looked at it today and it has a 9 month expiration. Now, this is not bread like most Americans are used to, it is very strong tasting, and is make with Rye instead of wheat (I believe this is gluten free for those who need that), but this stuff stores for a long time in the cupboard, and even longer in the Fridge. My favorite way to eat this is toasted with butter and jelly. Not the best for sandwiches, but will work if needed.

    This is the 3 grain kind, but my favorite is pumpernickel. It is as black as ex-wifes heart, but tastes darn good.






  • #2
    And its Kosher, for Mick who wears a Yamukle behind closed doors.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rustyshakelford View Post
      I have been eating this for years, since it is German soul food. I looked at it today and it has a 9 month expiration. Now, this is not bread like most Americans are used to, it is very strong tasting, and is make with Rye instead of wheat (I believe this is gluten free for those who need that), but this stuff stores for a long time in the cupboard, and even longer in the Fridge. My favorite way to eat this is toasted with butter and jelly. Not the best for sandwiches, but will work if needed.

      This is the 3 grain kind, but my favorite is pumpernickel. It is as black as ex-wifes heart, but tastes darn good.

      Man that meat and lettuce looks good on that bread. Now I have to head to the store tomorrow and get some Proccuto and lettuce.

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      • #4
        a good enough substitute for those who have not yet mastered the skill of baking bread. :o
        "Be Excellent to Each Other"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Brosia View Post
          a good enough substitute for those who have not yet mastered the skill of baking bread. :o
          The problem with homemade bread is that you only get about 4 days max until it turns moldy. No preservatives. This stuff has no preservatives, but has 9 months storage. It is good stuff, but I was raised on it.
          Last edited by Rustyshakelford; 12-23-2008, 02:33 PM.

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          • #6
            Beer bread

            1-12 oz beer (your brand) 3 cups all purpse flour 3 tablespoons sugar With beer at room temp combine all 3 ingredients in a mixing bowl and set aside for 30 min. Put your batter in small loaf pan and bake at 350 for 45min-1 hour

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            • #7
              oh man beer for the yeast, that's genius.. hadn't heard that one before..

              how does it turn out, any pics?
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              • #8
                Anyone tried the beer bread? I haven't took the chance make any since Thanksgiving but Iintend to do so soon.Maybe I'll get some pics before it all gets eaten.That being said I have never thought of the shelf life.However it does freeze well.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by sd allen View Post
                  Anyone tried the beer bread? I haven't took the chance make any since Thanksgiving but Iintend to do so soon.Maybe I'll get some pics before it all gets eaten.That being said I have never thought of the shelf life.However it does freeze well.

                  Yeah, done it a lot. However, I add yeast to it. The Beer makes the bread rise and get real fluffy. Never done it without adding yeast though.

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