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Ingredients & Directions


1 sm Potato
1 ts Sugar
1/2 ts Salt
1 c Warm water (use potato
-cooking water)
1/2 c Flour
1 tb Sugar
2 tb Warm water
1 1/2 c Flour
1/3 c Scalded; cooled milk
2 tb Oil
2 c Flour; or more

From: Sue Cummings sec@cyberport.net

Date: Mon, 7 Aug 1995 16:32:38 GMT
Peel, slice and cook one small potato. Puree or blend with sugar, salt, 1
cup warm water (use potato cooking water) and 1/2 cup flour. Cover and let
stand in very warm place (95 to 120 deg) for 24 hours. You can do this in
an electric frying pan set very low, a food dehydrator, warm oven, yogurt
maker or behind the wood stove (the authentic way).

Pour the above mixture into a warm bowl and add 1 Tbs sugar, 2 Tbs warm
water, and 1-1/2 cups flour. Beat well by hand. Cover and let stand in a
warm place for 24 hours.

Then add 1/3 cup scalded, cooled milk, 2 Tbl oil and 2 or more cups flour.
Knead 5 minutes, adding flour as necessary. Place in well-greased loaf
pan, turning loaf to grease top. Cover, let rise 24 hours or until double
in size. Bake at 375 deg for about 45 minutes.

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Yields
12 Servings

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