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    Grizz,

    Forgot to report back.. absolutely spot on fella! I've made a few already and I can see that I willl have to make some Christmas day morning for the family to have some for breakfast. Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    the griddle version is from the North i think. i'd be interested in trying it if you add the details how and any changes needed to basic recipe.
    I'll ask my mum . Never done it myself.

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    CMON the irish

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    Default Thanks for a bread from childhood!

    Thanks for a nice recipe of soda bread. It is really tasty and I agree it reminds about childood, I can enjoy his widerful taste again! Unfortunately it is impossible to buy such bread in the supermarkets nowadays...

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    Looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by wr1ghty88 View Post
    Looks good
    How the **** did google bring you hear?



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    Quote Originally Posted by cgscott View Post
    How the **** did google bring you hear?

    Let me google that for you

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    Hi, nothing wrong with a griddle! My mother used to make soad bread most days, we rarely had a sliced loaf! Now if any one is interested tesco's do a lovely wheaten loaf for ?1.10!

    May be too much info on my second post but one of my dogs is called soda and the other Tayto! Who remembers tayto?

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    Where can I find the ingredients for the bread
    ,many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mollie38 View Post
    Where can I find the ingredients for the bread
    ,many thanks
    Read Post #1, and then go shopping.
    Conspiracy theories keep people occupied when they're not flipping burgers.

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    used to do baking for flower shows as a bit of fun when the women said just as well he does not bake,ha ha i love a challenge.
    remember the mother with home made buttermilk.

 

 
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