Hi Max,  my 6 yrs old son, who loves cooking, and is a big fan of your website. He made this crisp bread a number of times now and it tastes so delicious ! Thank you for sharing the recipes and great instructions.
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Thanks.


All baking yeasts are the same. Literally the same yeast culture (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). The only difference is how they are treated after they have been cultured. I donøt know the US brands sorry.

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Hi Max

Thank you for posting this recipe - we are excited to try it as our middle daughter has just been diagnosed with coeliac. Would you mind describing the yeast (or suggest a brand) please? Am just checking that it is not the instant type?

Thanks again!

Joshua 

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That should be ok. It behaves very much like a normal bread.

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Dear Max,

Thanks for the recipe. I will try it out very soon.

One question: Can I add raisins, nuts etc. to make a raisins bread???

Kinds regards,

Lucrecia

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It is baking powder. My bad. I have changed it.

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I have added US measurements to the liquids I forgot.

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I leave mine in there all the time. It makes the oven heat up a bit slower, but the temperature is more stable when the temperature is reached.

My favorite is to use it in a convection oven. That usually prevents burning.

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Max, can I just leave these stones in my oven all the time? I was wondering if it would make other items cook too rapidly and burn on the bottom?
I love your favorite rye bread recipe!

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Yes. has been in a bit of a hiatus. But I am still publishing.

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Being vegan I use one tablespoon of flax seeds to three tablespoons of water to replace one egg and it works just fine since flax seeds are akin to linseeds, and lineseeds are hard to find in my area of the California Sierra in bulk.

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Not really any that I can think of. The paeleo equivalent is probably fermented vegetables.

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Hello Max,

Is there anyway to make a paleo starter?  Thanks!


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Oh well ... never underestimate the power of experience ... and video editing.

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Nordic nut and seed bread

Oh my goodness... I LOVE this bread. It's amazing. I will always make it. I love it toasted with my home made almond butter or butter and Smucker's low carb jam. It's a low carber's dream come true. It's so healthy, and filling. Make a great breakfast or snack.
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nordic nut bread

'yum' I'm eating my sliced nut bread with a little honey. Great for breakfast.
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A Great Recipe

I made this for the first time last weekend: it came out looking just like the video and it tasted wonderful! This is a recipe that I will be definately be making it again. Here in the UK, my local supermarket (Tesco) sells 200g bags of mixed nuts and 300g bags of mixed seeds. I used these with 4 eggs and a little less oil. Be careful with the salt, and beware that the bread is very stickly so completely cover your tin with greaseproof paper (even if it is non-stick).
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forme?

Probably better asked in danish on kvalimad.dk :-) but I bought them in H.W.Larsen. You can do it online. - max
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