Unfermented Bread

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By Eliza Acton

Published 1845

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  • Flour, 1 lbs.
  • sesquicarbonate of soda, 40 grains
  • sugar,


This bread, in which carbonate of soda and muriatic acid are substituted for yeast or other leaven, has within these few years been highly recommended, and much eaten. It may possibly suit many persons better than that which is fermented in the usual way, but it is not in general by any means so pleasant in flavour; and there is much more chance of failure in preparing it in private families, a