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Well, my first batch of Bara Brith is almost consumed! One of my girls thought it tastes like marmalade. It is really tasty with butter and a bit of honey drizzled on it! Oh, and I know the recipe says to bake it when it reaches the top of the pan, but I flirt with failure on that score. I like bread as high and light as possible and let this rise the full 3 hours. It would make awesome French toast!

Beautiful bread!

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Makes my mouth water just to look at the pictures! I think this will have to be the next recipe I try! I also love to drink chai Kenya style, no spices Does it have a sourdough taste? I love reading about all of the tweaks to change up the flavors of the Bara Brith--it get my wheel turning. Sylvia, I've never heard of Barm Brack before but it sounds wonderful. I can just see a pretty bundt loaf of bread ready to be sliced. I'll need to add that to my list of recipes to try, it sounds like it would make a gorgeous loaf. Somehow the taste mellowed and wasn't as strong as the first batch made with Irish Breakfast tea.

No clue. One loaf in the freezer, the cut one down to one piece. Fantastic bread for breakfast. It'll be fun to try the Irish version adding in some lemon zest, Irish tea and baking it round.

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I love Italian Panettone, so the Bara Brith, with all the lovely currants, raisins, orange zest and ginger, will always be a favorite. You loaf using the hot cinnamon tea, I have no doubt will turn out lovely and tasty. Be sure to share the results. I've been doing some research on Irish breads. Low and behold, the Celts do stick together. The Irish version of this bread is made almost identically they soak in black tea, use lemon zest along with orange zest but it is traditionally baked in a round pan.

Saw one baked in a bundt. They started making this bread with leftover beer yeast. It is known as Barm Brack. Nowadays it is made with bread yeast.

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So glad the book version is sourdough. All the flavors in this bread are amazing.

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  • I am trying a different tea. It is black but is known as "Hot Cinnamon" tea. It's hard to drink no matter how much I try to dilute it with more water. It'll make a fun bread. Baking some BB today. It will soon be worth it Darla. All the different loaves of bread you will be mixing up and sharing with your family and friends. Until then, just read through the Wild Bread book again and enjoy the recipes, tips and photos. Your mother will be ready to do her thing and show off beautiful loaves in no time.

    Happy for you. Cross your fingers and your toes, I am starting my first mother tomorrow.

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