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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Grouse View Post
    You're going to give them as gifts?
    No, it's a good way to justify eating more of it at one sitting and not feel "diet guilty" hungry.gif

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownEaster View Post
    Shelf life is slightly less than other types of bread due to the extra sugar (molasses). You can fry it with oil, but butter works much better. Just put a stick in one of these tubes:
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    I've not seen these tubes before. Where can they be found?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Venchka View Post
    Make your own Logan Bread.
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    I'd like the recipe... i love baking bread... have never heard of Logan bread


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    Quote Originally Posted by lesliedgray View Post
    I've not seen these tubes before. Where can they be found?
    Walmart, REI, Amazon, and lots of other places. Do a Google search for "Coghlan's Squeeze Tubes" and the first result will be their sponsored link: "Shop for Coghlan's Squeeze Tubes on Google".

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    Quote Originally Posted by lesliedgray View Post
    I'd like the recipe... i love baking bread... have never heard of Logan bread


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    Quote Originally Posted by DownEaster View Post
    Walmart, REI, Amazon, and lots of other places. Do a Google search for "Coghlan's Squeeze Tubes" and the first result will be their sponsored link: "Shop for Coghlan's Squeeze Tubes on Google".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Grouse View Post
    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by lesliedgray View Post
    I'd like the recipe... i love baking bread... have never heard of Logan bread


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    Try Backpackinglight.com, I found a lengthy discussion there. Or just search Google. There are more Logan Bread recipes than you could stir with a Kitchen Aid mixer.
    The origin of Logan Bread is quite interesting. No spoiler alert from me.
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    Well and then there is homemade Boston Brown Bread, which seems to be designed to be made in a coffee can. I gather it's kind of similar though. Not sure if you can legally make it outside Boston . And yes, Logan bread does have an interesting origin! Btw, there is a reference in recipes for Brown Bread of Johnny cake flour. I have read (not sure where) that Johnny cake was a mispronunciation of "journey cake".

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    Got my 12 cans today, just in time for a chili cook-off tomorrow at a church trunk-or-treat function. My chili recipe will surely come in one of the top 3. 1st place for sure if I offer a slice of fried B&M bread. hungry.gif

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    I have 1 can left from last years tasty dozen. Time to reorder :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by zelph View Post
    I grew up in Chicago, ...)
    That explains a lot!

    Try slicing the bread and carrying it in an empty plastic peanut butter jar. Less chance of the bread getting mushed up in your pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atraildreamer View Post
    Try slicing the bread and carrying it in an empty plastic peanut butter jar. Less chance of the bread getting mushed up in your pack.
    Good idea. slice it, put 2 tablespoons of peanut butter on one slice and make a sandwich. When ready to eat, warm sandwich on one egg wonder pan and dribble some honey on it after each bite.....sounds good to me :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit Walker View Post
    I was raised on Friday night baked beans and brown bread. (Dad was from Mass.) Haven't had the bread in years, but it was pretty dense, so should pack well.
    So was I (raised on it) and so was my dad (from Fall River). Every Friday night it was burgers, B&M baked beans, and brown bread (cold with thick chunks of butter "spread" on.
    I can't imagine it would travel long or well without the can....too moist and fragile....but what a treat it would be.


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    I've read that it lasts a couple of years in the can (best by date), and about 4 days once opened.
    Seven kids and one can.....4 minutes once opened
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    With a name like Snacktime and 7 kids, you need to buy a dozen cans for the Christmas season hungry.gif

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    I have one can left and will consume it tonight with cream cheese.hungry.gif

    Happy New Year!!!


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    OMG that sounds...heavenly.
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    It's good to see people putting some value into bread. My journey this year is going to be bread centered, and I am amazed at the comments that I've heard. In our society, people are too negative. It's easy to think of ways that it might not work. It takes a more analytical mind to envision methods of success. I've been told that bread is just empty calories. With how often people are going stoveless, I guess everybody has their priorities and opinions. Enjoying food is a priority to me =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trambo View Post
    ..... I've been told that bread is just empty calories.....
    Wheat isn't called the "staff of life" for nothing.
    "Most people in medieval Europe ate 2-3 pounds of bread and grains per day"
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    It's that time of year again. I ordered 12 cans today.....good eating ahead.

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