Soda bread

It has been cold for 2 days now. 30’s and 40’s not ideal temperatures for gardening. I spent yesterday in the kitchen instead. A cold day is perfect for baking soda bread and a slow soup. So yummy, I forgot to take a picture of the finished soup.

In the oven we go.
The most beautiful loaf I have ever made.
Can not have soda bread with out BUTTER
Cabbage soup
Rice pudding

My children swear they do not like rice pudding. The fact that there were no leftovers say differently. Sweet rice in your belly on a cold night, it is a different kind of comfort. A comfort the world could use right now. Cue the music for “what the world needs now is love.” I will be humming that all day now.

3 thoughts on “Soda bread

    1. Coconut milk (the canned kind) should sub perfectly for milk. I haven’t got a great corn bread recipe but in the past I have used 2 tablespoons of cornstarch plus 3 tablespoons of liquid for every egg, mix it up in a measuring cup and it works great for baking. 🙂

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      1. I use a tablespoon of ground flax seeds and three tablespoons of water for every egg. And I love soy milk. I use coconut milk in my Indian lentils, though. I’ll share my recipe with you.


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