Originally Posted by Austin
That's interesting, I've tried some other recipes from the Pennsylvania Dutch but haven't even heard of this.
I have found it at the "Kroger stores" in West Virginia, but it apparently isn't sold at a lot of stores.....there are folks that have small bakerys, but it can be purchased at some 'online' sites.....usually pretty expensive this way, with the mailing costs, etc.............
Here are sites where you can purchase it.......
Rising Creek Bakery, Mt. Morris, PA
Susan R. Brown’s Salt Rising Bread Project
Also, found their story here and upon reading it, found reference to my "hometown" of Ronceverte, West Virgina......my folks also made it when I was growing up there......
Check the other videos by these two ladies, as you watch this one on YouTube.com .. they have a
bakery, so they know what they're talking about!
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11307...#ixzz1ghmmn483
Salt rising bread, more dense than most breads, is toasted and served with scrambled eggs