This recipe was adapted to soaking based on a Fannie Farmer recipe (yes, that cookbook again) It is very simple and makes a delicious cracker. My next few tries will be to alter it into a cheese cracker (to replace the dreaded goldfish that Big Boy somehow became obsessed with before I ever bought them- and which DH continues to buy for him.)
3/4 c. real cultured buttermilk, or yogurt thinned with a bit of milk
1/4 butter, slightly softened
2 cups whole grain flour (I use "white" soft wheat, but imagine you could use your favorite)
Mix together the yogurt and butter until well combined. Add in the flour, and let sit at least 8-12 hours, up to 24 hours. (I usually let it sit overnight and part of the next morning.)
Roll out thinly, using plain white or sprouted flour to dust the surface and rolling pin. Cut into squares (or use cookie cutters for shapes- I have a fish one!) and place on a baking sheet, preferably lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle with salt, pepper or other seasoning as desired.
Bake at 425 degrees for approximately 10 minutes. Alternatively, if desiring a "raw food" product these may be dehydrated at a low temperature, and will take from 4-8 hours.
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