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  1. Robert

    Bread was 1 inch above the pan and when I put it in the oven it deflated just like Monica said. Disappointing.

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  2. So Hyun

    Delicious, nutty, and easy to make bread. Only thing is that it wasn’t the Irish brown bread I was looking for. The kind you’d find in an Irish breakfast or as a side at a carvery.

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  3. Monica

    Help! My bread rose like it should have, but it fell when I put it in the oven and baked it. Suggestions?

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  4. John

    This recipe is probably grand but it really a much simpler process. The original Irish Brown Bread is, 2 cups Brown Flour 1 cup White Flour (organic if possible) 1 teaspoon bread soda and 1 and 1/2 cups of buttermilk (organic if possible) Mix flour and bread soda thru a sieve to a bowl then mix together with the buttermilk add a wee bit flour if needed. Place on a pizza stone sprinkled with maize meal to prevent sticking bake for 40 to 50 minutes (you will know) until baked.

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  5. Gina

    This was delicious! Very hearty and filling. I was skeptical of using a 9×5 pan, since I find it makes my yeast breads grow out, not up, and so I used my usual 8.5×4.5 and it turned out perfectly.

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