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05/02/2014 03:18PM  
...thank you! i just made some and really like it.
 
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billconner
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05/02/2014 07:38PM  
Yeah its not quite cache lake but at 1/8 the cost not bad. Try a breakfast variety with cinnamon and sugar. I'm still playing with a garlic and herb flavor.
 
yogi59weedr
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05/04/2014 08:59PM  
Is this correct. Just a box of pizza crust mix. Probably a cast iron skillet with lid placed to the side of hot coals.......
 
billconner
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05/05/2014 06:50AM  
No - like cache lake fry pan bread. Mix up a not too stiff batter. Use some butter or oil in a frying pan - I use a gsi non stick aluminum on an msr dragonfly stove - spread batter to maybe 1/2" thick - and fry till light brown both sides. Not like crusty coal oven Italian bread but very good. I like to make to accompany hearty soups and stews and such but also nice at breakfast. A pleasant alternative to tortillas, pitas, and bagles, packs small, and inexpensive.
 
yogi59weedr
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05/05/2014 12:16PM  
Thank you, im giving that a try.
 
OldFingers57
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05/05/2014 12:57PM  
Melt a little mozzarella cheese on that and you can have your own "Cheesey Bread" just like the pizza chains have.
 
billconner
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05/05/2014 02:35PM  
I have tried both Jiffy and Betty Crocker. I liked the BC package but I think the Jiffy works and tastes better. Just read that if you can let it rise a little - like make as soon as you make camp and set in sun with a towel over it and cook at dinner time - it should be better.
 
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