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Porcini Soda Bread

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Irish soda bread is one of the easiest quick breads to make, and it’s very adaptable. Whole wheat, oats and rye flours make this a hearty loaf. For this version, we added a full complement of umami with earthy porcini mushrooms and our bestselling Cascade Mushroom Mix. From there, we wanted to add some chewy bites, so sweet dried apricots and tart barberries made it into the mix as well. If you don’t have barberries, dried tart cherries are equally delicious in this soda bread. The end result was a delicious and hearty bread to brighten your St. Patrick’s Day celebration, or to serve with soups or stews.


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