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Just found this paleo, grain-free bread recipe which someone on reddit thought was awesome. I don't currently have the ingredients, but if anyone beats me to it, let me know how you like it!
http://www.elanaspantry.com/paleo-bread/
 
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Just pull it out.of the.oven.  it is.great.  now.for the kid test.
 
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Suzy Bean wrote:
Just found this paleo, grain-free bread recipe which someone on reddit thought was awesome. I don't currently have the ingredients, but if anyone beats me to it, let me know how you like it!
http://www.elanaspantry.com/paleo-bread/



5 eggs? Thats an omelet... or quiche. 4 is about tops I go for nut bread... in a bigger pan. Looks good though. I will have to try coconut in Mark's bread when I can. I normally use a carton of eggs when I make 4 loaves. I add 5 or 6 bananas to a batch too. I used to use dry curd cottage cheese but found my son had problems with the casein in it... or maybe there was some antibiotics in the milk.
 
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Gluten free, yes, but paleo? coconut and almonds do not grow in the same place...

A paleo should be what we can harvest at the same time and in the same place... or else, it is beyond prehistoric possibilities!!
Half joking, but a reality!

(and i use both coconut and almonds, and only almonds come from my place... sigh....)

 
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paleo bread should be an oxymoron. i appreciate the effort, but trying to recreate these processed foods with "acceptable" ingredients isn't what paleo is all about. stick to real, whole food with a single ingredient, and you'll be happier and healthier. sorry, not trying to be negative.
 
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Well, it depends. Obviously, paleo bread or a paleo imitation of any other processed food-like creation shouldn't be the bulk of someone's diet. But as an occasional treat that helps keep them away from sugars and grains, it's a lot better than the alternative.
 
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Not paleontology myself, but I was just thinking about the giant who said "I'll grind ye bones to make my bread!
So bone flour bread, paleo?
 
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I've tinkered around a little bit and found this bread recipe to be tasty with a nice whole grain like texture and affordable, much more affordable than the almond bread. However I find ghee/butter and golden flax seeds to render the best results. Also I used the mini oven instead of the microwave.
Be warned though, it's addicting.
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread23434.html
 
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Hal Craston wrote:paleo bread should be an oxymoron. i appreciate the effort, but trying to recreate these processed foods with "acceptable" ingredients isn't what paleo is all about. stick to real, whole food with a single ingredient, and you'll be happier and healthier. sorry, not trying to be negative.



Totally agree
 
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