M Ultralight Baking
by Stuart Robb
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Traditional solutions for baking bread include:
- The Outback Oven Ultralite. A bit of a misnomer.
- A pot within a pot. The outer pot may be dry or have water in it to create steam.
- Bannocks cooked in a fry pan or skillet.
Each of these methods work but require cooking equipment of significant weight. This article presents a novel method for baking bread that requires a minimal amount of equipment in addition to a suitable stove and pot: the 'Oven Bag Oven'. Instead of putting an oven bag inside an oven, the oven bag becomes the oven.
- The Oven Bag Oven
- Oven Bag
- Heat Deflector
- Cooking Method
- No-knead Bread
- Soda Bread
- Fruit Scone
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