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Re: Recipe, urgently needed

Never heard of one like that, Jim, and I thought I had heard everything.
Sounds fascinating.  If you do find one, I would be interested, too

In a message dated 12/20/2004 5:46:47 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
jsinger@igc.org writes:
I used to have a generic recipe for batter breads that one baked in 
canning jars and then sealed just as they came out of the oven. It was 
a terrific one-size-fits-all recipe. Basic soda/baking powder bread to 
which all manner of fruits, nuts, veggies, herbs could be added. I 
recall making jalapeno-cheddar cheese bread, prune bread, tomato bread, 
raisin-walnut bread, and date bread. Anyone have any idea where I might 
find the recipe or similar? Or should I just wing it?

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