Wow time is going so fast before we know it it will be 2015.
I told myself I would keep up to date with my blogging and yet again I’m behind. So below is a wrap up of August and what I’ve been up
Hope everyone enjoyed August.
This morning I decided to make a loaf of GF soda bread. I found the recipe on a Thermomix website (details are at the bottom of my blog). I have been trying to make a sourdough starter which has been a disaster so I tried this one this morning. It has a different taste but I popped some butter and jam on it and it was lovely.
Gluten free Soda Bread
230 g brown rice
100 g dried chickpeas
100 g arrowroot or tapioca starch
2 tsp baking soda
3.5 tsp GF baking powder
2 tsp celtic sea salt
2 tsp xanthan gum
310 g whole milk
2 tsp apple cider vinegar
4 large eggs
80 g rice bran oil
40 g maple syrup (real)
Pre heat oven to 190ºC or 180ºC fan forced.
Line heavy bread tin 26.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 cm with baking paper.
Place rice and chickpeas into TM bowl and mill for 1 min on speed 9. Scrape down sides of bowl. Add remaining dry ingredients and mix for 6 seconds on speed 6.
Add wet ingredients and mix for a maximum of 15 seconds on speed 6.
Transfer the thick batter to lined bread tin, spread it out evenly with a spatula, then bake for 35 to 45 minutes or until a skewer remains clean after insertion in the loaf. Immediately remove loaf from bread tin and baking paper. Wrap in a clean tea towel then leave in an upright position to cool on a rack. The loaf can be sliced up with an electric bread knife, frozen whole (preferably in a large ziplock bag to minimize ice crystals) then individual slices removed from the loaf and thawed as required.
Use white sugar
Milk can be soy, rice or A2
substitute vinegar for citric ‘lemon’ juice (use 2 tsp of 1/3 tsp citric acid dissolved in 2 Tbsp warm water)
oil e.g. rice bran oil or sunflower (Crisco) which don’t contain unlisted antioxidants
This recipe is from The Recipe Community a Thermomix website. It has the name of the lady who posted on the site also.
Let me know if you what you think if you try it.
Where is the time going? This morning is the first morning I don’t have to organise my boys out the door before 9am for soccer. Everyone is still in bed at 8am enjoying a sleep in, all but me (of course).
I’ve know I have been MIA between posts this was because I was busy getting everything made for The Dreamers Market that Robyn @ Arjay Creations and I attend on the 9 August.
I left home at 6.30am to pick up Robyn and pack all her goodies into my car and headed off at 7am to be at our destination before 8am. We like to get there early so we can get the good parking spot. The markets opened at 9.30am and finished at 2.30pm. We caught up with our market friends and our regular customers popped in to say hi and spend some money with us.
This was my little corner
This was Robyn’s little corner
These photos are from Robyn’s blog pop over and see what she has been sharing.
We both had a good day and bought less home which is great but know we both need to getting making again for the next market.
Mark your diaries now the next market is around the corner (both Robyn and I have reapplied to attend but we need to wait till Sept to find out if our applications have been accepted)
Also I’m spending time over on Instagram, you can find me @ sammyjaneclarke
somedays I find this quicker and easier to stay in touch.
Today I’m making some GF sourdough bread so I will update you all how this goes next time.
Some of the items that everyone completed on the day.
I have been teaching myself by watching youtube which is a life saver. You can stop and replay when I get it wrong.
So this week I made a small blanket for one of my children who is a fan of the Western Sydney Wanders which is a soccer team.
My next crochet project is to make myself a shawl. It’s called Nordic Shawl.
I think it will take a while to complete this project.
Below are some photo’s I’ve just taken on a walk about of our home.
This is hanging on our front door. The lovely Robyn from Arjay Creations made this for me.
Next season I’m going to try a new idea instead of soil. I’ve been reading about it at Back to Eden
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