1.08 by 1.08 inches square as per instructions, with baille;
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A Let's Wing It Production.
Organic Soy Flour
Organic Coconut Flour
Ghee or Oil
Organic Vanilla and/or Almond Extract (optional)
Organic Raisins (optional)
Organic Almond Slices (optional)
Mix about 1 cup each of the flours. Then include about 2 1/2 tbsp of yeast (if you are at altitude - less, I think, if you are not). Add about 1 cup of yogurt, 1 - 2 tbsp ghee or oil, and the 1 egg if you are doing that, along with about 1 tbsp of the extract(s). Mix in about 1/4 cup of the sugar and raisins and/or almond slices each. Knead using your favorite method, by hand or in a bread maker.
Add water if it is too dry and extra flour of your favorite type if it is too wet. Making some previous loaves is probably the best way to know if either of those are happening.
Bake at least 1 hour and 15 minutes on light setting in the bread maker if that is what you are using. If you are using an oven, use the equivalent temperature. Godspeed in trying to find out what that is. (I think it might be around 350-375 Fahrenheit.) If you are going this route, keep an eye out for done-ness as soon as 45 minutes in.
Let substantially cool before slicing.
This was baked at medium color setting in a machine. Although the crust is a little darker than I would typically like, it was not really too dark. There is honey on the bread in this picture.
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