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Old 04-01-2017, 00:34   #106
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Re: The Trauma When a Foodie Goes Liveaboard

Please don't pay too much attention to "NAY SAYERS". Good baking and food on board is great for aromor interest and "Espri - de Corps" (good spirit) on any voyage or passage. Please enjoy all boat cooking as a truly worthwhile effort. Best wishes in sailing. AlastairA in Oz'Tralia.
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Pressure cookers here in Spain are not expensive.
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I am going to practice making Irish soda bread in a skillet here at home. It looks like a good bet on board.
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I am going to practice making Irish soda bread in a skillet here at home. It looks like a good bet on board.
Soda bread needs to be encased in a hot oven. SO you will need a dutch oven that is very hot.

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No problem... I had to give up a few pots that were HUGE, but I don't cook for larger groups any more. Everything I need for food prep fits on the boat including all of my All Clad pots and pans.
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Pressure cookers here in Spain are not expensive.
Get a non-stick.. don't use pan scrubbers and lightly wipe inside with olive oil before you put it away
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Soda bread needs to be encased in a hot oven. SO you will need a dutch oven that is very hot.

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I am going to try the recipe I have using a skillet. See how it turns out.
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I am going to try the recipe I have using a skillet. See how it turns out.
If you want to share the recipe.. I dont mind trying out out as well...
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I am going to try the recipe I have using a skillet. See how it turns out.
When I "bake" on the stovetop, I turn the flame down super low, & the whole time things are baking there's a lid on the pot. And the trick is to only have the burner on for long enough to fully heat up the pot & it's contents. Then turning it off for a bit & allowing the heat in the metal to do the baking. So it's a bit of a guessing game the first couple of times, & I certainly peek at the contents regularly to see how things are progressing. Along with cooking by smell, in that a discerning nose can discern pretty easily how far along something being baked is.
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A stove-top version is among several methods discussed in detail here:




Lots of info there.

The url doesn't show up on my screen. If that is the case with you as well, copy and paste:

http://www.europeancuisines.com/Pete...a-Bread-Recipe
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Re: The Trauma When a Foodie Goes Liveaboard

Here is my recipe, my video for making Soda bread. Just put the camera on as I was making a few different types of bread that day. If you can find a way to bake within a hot dutch oven on the stove top the results are the same..

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A stove-top version is among several methods discussed in detail here:




Lots of info there.

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Soda bread as it's really made in Ireland: Peter's Mum's Soda Bread Recipe | European Cuisines
Thanks, I will try it next week time permitting
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Come on guys. All you need it this:

https://huel.com/
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Soda bread needs to be encased in a hot oven. SO you will need a dutch oven that is very hot.

weavis.. Irish and Irish soda bread maker.
Dont know about soda bread, but many other flat breads are easy to make stove top in a skillet.
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https://huel.com/
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