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Old 05-15-2007, 03:22 PM
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Flour tortillas considered UN-leavened bread?

Flour tortillas considered UN-leavened bread?

I was just eating an authentic Mexican tortilla and had this thought.
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Old 05-15-2007, 03:32 PM
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Flour tortillas considered UN-leavened bread?

I was just eating an authentic Mexican tortilla and had this thought.
I don't think so...unleaven bread was supposed to not be pleasant right? Also weren't they more like crackers...hard than soft?
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Old 05-15-2007, 03:59 PM
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I don't think so...unleaven bread was supposed to not be pleasant right? Also weren't they more like crackers...hard than soft?
Where do you get that assumption from?

Have you ever eaten unleavened bread? It's good.


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Tortillas can be considered unleavened bread, yes, because they have all the makings of bread, without the yeast.
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Old 05-15-2007, 04:42 PM
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Tortillas can be considered unleavened bread, yes, because they have all the makings of bread, without the yeast.
I would agree with my friend Ronzo. Unleaven is without yeast so you don't have to wait for it to rise. It's quick to make when your about to leave out of Egypt or else where.....

Have you ever had Swedish hardtack?
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I would agree with my friend Ronzo. Unleaven is without yeast so you don't have to wait for it to rise. It's quick to make when your about to leave out of Egypt or else where.....

Have you ever had Swedish hardtack?
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Old 05-15-2007, 04:47 PM
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I would agree with my friend Ronzo. Unleaven is without yeast so you don't have to wait for it to rise. It's quick to make when your about to leave out of Egypt or else where.....

Have you ever had Swedish hardtack?
is it soft like Pita or tortillas? Or is it more like cracker?
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No. It's kinda of like a cracker.
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is it soft like Pita or tortillas? Or is it more like cracker?
The kind my wifes Aunt makes is not quite as soft as a tortilla.


I love to heat a skillet,drop a tortilla in until it bubbles, melting butter on it, then eating them warm and krispy.
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The kind my wifes Aunt makes is not quite as soft as a tortilla.


I love to heat a skillet,drop a tortilla in until it bubbles, melting butter on it, then eating them warm and krispy.
I do that. You ever make fresh chips? cut up a tortilla and fry it then salt it...they are great. Home made tortillas are the best, especially thick ones
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It would seem to me that a tortilla would, indeed, be considered unleavened bread.

We got the hard cracker thing from the Catholic church... not from the Bible.
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