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What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
chickpea flour already prepared?... especially around the Cambridge
02139 area?


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What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
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02139 area?



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jmcquown wrote:
thesak wrote:

What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
chickpea flour already prepared?... especially around the Cambridge
02139 area?



Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Besan-Chick-Pe.../dp/B0000ZHZ30

3 packages, 1 lb. each. On sale for $9.99



That's the flour. The original poster was asking about bread made from
the flour. I don't know of any bakeries that make that. I have
experimented personally with making bread from a number of flours. None
were spit-them-out bad, but all were better if I used half wheat flour.


(I take that back. My experiments with millet flour led to extremely
dry bread, almost unswallowable dry bread.)


If the original poster wants to experiment on his own, I recommend The
Tassajara Bread Book and The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book for recipes and
information.


--Lia

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thesak wrote:
What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
chickpea flour already prepared?... especially around the Cambridge
02139 area?


Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Besan-Chick-Pe.../dp/B0000ZHZ30

3 packages, 1 lb. each. On sale for $9.99

Jill


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"Julia Altshuler" wrote in message
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jmcquown wrote:
thesak wrote:

What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
chickpea flour already prepared?... especially around the Cambridge
02139 area?



Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Besan-Chick-Pe.../dp/B0000ZHZ30

3 packages, 1 lb. each. On sale for $9.99



That's the flour. The original poster was asking about bread made from
the flour. I don't know of any bakeries that make that. I have
experimented personally with making bread from a number of flours. None
were spit-them-out bad, but all were better if I used half wheat flour.


(I take that back. My experiments with millet flour led to extremely dry
bread, almost unswallowable dry bread.)


If the original poster wants to experiment on his own, I recommend The
Tassajara Bread Book and The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book for recipes and
information.


--Lia


I'm wondering how long it'll take the OP to open the yellow pages and look
under "Bakeries". Can you imagine doing such a thing?




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Billy wrote:
On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 11:29:08 -0600, jmcquown wrote:

Oh, oooops! That's what happens when I don't read a mile-long
subject line!


It was in the text of the message, too, you dolt!

Typical Jill response.

-sw


Asshole, read my amended reply. Dickhead.



Come to me now, my little tart. :-)


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Julia Altshuler wrote:
jmcquown wrote:
thesak wrote:

What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
chickpea flour already prepared?... especially around the Cambridge
02139 area?



Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Besan-Chick-Pe.../dp/B0000ZHZ30

3 packages, 1 lb. each. On sale for $9.99



That's the flour. The original poster was asking about bread made
from the flour. I don't know of any bakeries that make that. I have
experimented personally with making bread from a number of flours.
None were spit-them-out bad, but all were better if I used half wheat
flour.


(I take that back. My experiments with millet flour led to extremely
dry bread, almost unswallowable dry bread.)


If the original poster wants to experiment on his own, I recommend The
Tassajara Bread Book and The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book for recipes
and information.


--Lia


Oh, oooops! That's what happens when I don't read a mile-long subject line!

Jill


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jmcquown wrote:
Julia Altshuler wrote:
jmcquown wrote:
thesak wrote:

What restaurants, stores, mail order services carry bread made from
chickpea flour already prepared?... especially around the Cambridge
02139 area?


Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Besan-Chick-Pe.../dp/B0000ZHZ30

3 packages, 1 lb. each. On sale for $9.99



That's the flour. The original poster was asking about bread made
from the flour. I don't know of any bakeries that make that. I have
experimented personally with making bread from a number of flours.
None were spit-them-out bad, but all were better if I used half wheat
flour.


(I take that back. My experiments with millet flour led to extremely
dry bread, almost unswallowable dry bread.)


If the original poster wants to experiment on his own, I recommend
The Tassajara Bread Book and The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book for
recipes and information.


--Lia


Oh, oooops! That's what happens when I don't read a mile-long
subject line and skip directly to the words "chickpea flour"

Jill



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Billy wrote:
On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 11:29:08 -0600, jmcquown wrote:

Oh, oooops! That's what happens when I don't read a mile-long
subject line!


It was in the text of the message, too, you dolt!

Typical Jill response.

-sw


Asshole, read my amended reply. Dickhead.


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Jillie wrote:
On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 12:00:37 -0600, jmcquown wrote:

Billy wrote:
On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 11:29:08 -0600, jmcquown wrote:

Oh, oooops! That's what happens when I don't read a mile-long
subject line!

It was in the text of the message, too, you dolt!

Typical Jill response.

-sw


Asshole, read my amended reply. Dickhead.


You mean the one you posted an hour after *my* post?


Sorry but my newsserver didn't post your reply until after it posted my
amended one. Grow up and get a life, dickwad.




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