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I've been looking at a website called the Artisan dot net - all bread
and pasta recipes. Several of the recipes call for Malt. Only a little
i.e. 1/4 teaspoon.

I've looked for this in baking sections at Safeway and Giant.

Can someone tell me what it is and if I'm looking in the
correct place. Or is it a specialty item only found in Italian
food shops? Or is it no more than the malt you put in milkshakes?

tia.

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On 10/19/2011 4:19 PM, injipoint wrote:

I've been looking at a website called the Artisan dot net - all bread
and pasta recipes. Several of the recipes call for Malt. Only a little
i.e. 1/4 teaspoon.

I've looked for this in baking sections at Safeway and Giant.

Can someone tell me what it is and if I'm looking in the
correct place. Or is it a specialty item only found in Italian
food shops? Or is it no more than the malt you put in milkshakes?

tia.


There are a couple of different types of malt powder. I assume that
what they want is something like this:

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/...t-powder-16-oz


Jim Lahue
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On 20/10/2011 1:37 PM, Jim Lahue wrote:
On 10/19/2011 4:19 PM, injipoint wrote:

I've been looking at a website called the Artisan dot net - all bread
and pasta recipes. Several of the recipes call for Malt. Only a little
i.e. 1/4 teaspoon.

I've looked for this in baking sections at Safeway and Giant.

Can someone tell me what it is and if I'm looking in the
correct place. Or is it a specialty item only found in Italian
food shops? Or is it no more than the malt you put in milkshakes?

tia.


There are a couple of different types of malt powder. I assume that what
they want is something like this:

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/...t-powder-16-oz


Jim Lahue


That looks like the stuff. Now I just have to find some.

Thanks.
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On Oct 19, 3:19*pm, injipoint wrote:
I've been looking at a website called the Artisan dot net - all bread
and pasta recipes. *Several of the recipes call for Malt. *Only a little
i.e. 1/4 teaspoon.

I've looked for this in baking sections at Safeway and Giant.

Can someone tell me what it is and if I'm looking in the
correct place. *Or is it a specialty item only found in Italian
food shops? *Or is it no more than the malt you put in milkshakes?

tia.


I found it in a health food store...
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On 22/10/2011 2:07 PM, Merryb wrote:
On Oct 19, 3:19 pm, wrote:
I've been looking at a website called the Artisan dot net - all bread
and pasta recipes. Several of the recipes call for Malt. Only a little
i.e. 1/4 teaspoon.

I've looked for this in baking sections at Safeway and Giant.

Can someone tell me what it is and if I'm looking in the
correct place. Or is it a specialty item only found in Italian
food shops? Or is it no more than the malt you put in milkshakes?

tia.


I found it in a health food store...


That makes sense.

Darn it. We managed to get a lift in a real motor vehicle over to
Annapolis last Wednesday and went to Whole Foods for a soup lunch.
Completely forgot to look for the malt but that would have been
an ideal place.

Will have to wait until we sail up to Washington next weekend or
thereabouts.



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On 22/10/2011 2:07 PM, Merryb wrote:
On Oct 19, 3:19 pm, wrote:
I've been looking at a website called the Artisan dot net - all bread
and pasta recipes. Several of the recipes call for Malt. Only a little
i.e. 1/4 teaspoon.

I've looked for this in baking sections at Safeway and Giant.

Can someone tell me what it is and if I'm looking in the
correct place. Or is it a specialty item only found in Italian
food shops? Or is it no more than the malt you put in milkshakes?

tia.


I found it in a health food store...


That makes sense.

Darn it. We managed to get a lift in a real motor vehicle over to
Annapolis last Wednesday and went to Whole Foods for a soup lunch.
Completely forgot to look for the malt but that would have been
an ideal place.

Will have to wait until we sail up to Washington next weekend or
thereabouts.
i hate that
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I like to eat Malt in Bread.


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