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So just reporting back from the croissant front, it got all rather messy (really my fault though), as the margarine was too soft. But nothing gets wasted so I added more flour, shaped one part of the dough into rolls and the other into a braided loaf. It turned out well in the end, and I'm going to give the croissants another shot.


So below are the rolls made from spelt four (white), soya drink and margarine, topped with poppy seeds. 



And here we have a loaf form topped with sliced almonds. I also brushed the rolls and loaf with egg and soya drink.


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This is my first blog, so I joined the website a couple weeks ago, already tried a few recipes and I'm joining the chorus of gratitude, thanking everybody for sharing their lovely recipes. My aim is to put up a few recipes myself. Just a little bit about my baking, as I'm on a wheat and dairy free diet, I adjust pretty much every recipe to my own needs, so far it worked. Phew! But I haven't baked much with yeast, my regular bread would be made with baking powder, quite nice.(Will put the recipe up soon). So now I can't wait to try out more of the lovely things that I found on this site. 


I made a lovely basic white spelt bread this morning, Crust was lovely and very tasty with strawberry jam.


For now my next project is to make croissants, already have the butter chilling in the frigde, will report back with further results.

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