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 Where did Irish soda bread originate?

Answer The origin is disputed. According to SodaBread.info, it originated with the Native Americans in the 1800s. BakingBites.com notes it was popular among the Irish in the 1800s. KitchenProject.com note... Read More »
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Who invented Irish soda bread?

Irish soda bread was originally invented by the American Indians. They used pearl-ash or potash (a natural soda in wood ashes) to leaven bread. The Irish have made soda bread their own, as it was t... Read More »
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How to Make Irish Soda Bread?

Soda bread is quick and easy way of bringing traditional Irish cooking into your home. As you might be able to guess from the name, it uses baking soda instead of yeast. It became popular in Irelan... Read More »
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What is the origin of Irish soda bread?

According to the Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread, Native Americans were making a soda bread (bread that uses acidic and alkaline compounds to rise instead of yeast) for centuries, ... Read More »
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Where did bread pudding originate?

Bread pudding originated in Europe in the 13th century. It was often made to salvage stale bread by moistening it with milk or water, then baking it with other ingredients. It later became popular ... Read More »
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