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Traditional Irish wheaten bread loaf

You just can’t get the real thing in England... unless you make it yourself! Soda bread flour is the key but so hard to come by in the supermarkets. Best served with a slather of real butter next to some Irish stew, enjoy!

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6 tablespoons Shipton Mill Organic Irish Soda Coarse Brown Bread Flour

6 tablespoons Shipton Mill Extra Coarse Organic Wholemeal Flour

3 tablespoons caster sugar

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 pint buttermilk


Bake at 180 fan for forty five minutes

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