Sprouted Soda Bread
I’ve been making soda bread my whole life for a variety of reasons. It is cheap, quick, easy, yeast free (safe on a candida diet), and there is no science or hit or miss aspect to soda bread that you get with making a rise-dough. Plus, you can make a million variations from sweet to savory to plain. I make mine plain with a hint of sweet, as I like to spread butter, jam, or almond cream cheese on top.
Lentils- Loaded with iron, protein, fiber, amino acids, and a full profile of vitamins and minerals. A true powerhouse legume that is low in calories, versatile, and tastes great. Some of the vital nutrients include high levels of molybdenum, folate, copper, phosphorus, manganese, iron, B1, pantothenic acid, zinc, B6, and potassium. Deficiencies of these vitamins and minerals can lead to heart conditions, nervous system issues, poor hair, skin, and nails, brain fog, low energy, etc. Soaking them overnight before cooking helps with nutrient absorption, as well as with all legumes. I highly recommend sprouting these.
You will need my sprouted lentils recipe for this.
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