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When I was a kid, my Mom used to bake bread once a week. She would make rye bread, flat bread and dinner rolls, huge batches of them, and then freeze them. That way we always had delicious and nutritious homemade bread, and hardly ever had to buy any from the store. My parents had a small farm so we would have fresh flour straight from the mill – I know, I know, we were spoiled that way!
For some reason Mom didn’t make oatmeal bread very often. I don’t know why; maybe she thought having oatmeal every morning was enough. But occasionally she did make the bread, too, and it was always my favorite. Somehow she managed to create such a beautifully moist and tasty loaf that it was hard to compare it to any other bread I had ever had before. When I grew up I started baking bread myself. Oatmeal bread is still one of my favorites, and this delicious recipe brings it to a whole new level.
Recipe and image courtesy of In Katrina’s Kitchen.
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