Austerity Oat Soda Bread

Austerity Oat Soda Bread

So called because it costs about 70p ($1) to make a large loaf of this bread (soda bread at the supermaket is much more expensive), and it also stays fresh for at least 5 days, my Oaty Austerity Soda Bread recipe is easy-peasy and very wholesome tasting. I actually prefer it to yeast-based bread, and at least it mostly tends to turn out okay for me (unlike yeast breads!).

This is a bread which is great to make if you're living alone, because of how long it lasts. I just wrap it well in foil and it still tastes good 5-6 days after baking. So one loaf lasts pretty much the week. For the price of making it, I can't grumble. Obviously the price is kept low if you use very basic, budget ingredients. Opting for fancy flours and organic oats and so on makes it less of an austerity option.

Find the recipe here...

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