Alex, if you haven’t already done this, go to bob’s red mill store and you can save maybe $2-3 per bag off their flours. I stock up once every month or two and use it as an emergency food supply. They even sell flours in bulk. I probably save $20+ per month or so by going there.
They have the whole grain teff at bob’s red mill and I am wondering if the bread can use this, or how you can use the whole grain teff when cooking? I am interested in adding it to the top of breads, etc.
I’ve heard about a fermented kefir teff bread and I have heard of ethiopian bread, but I didn’t know the ethiopian bread was fermented.
Please post a picture if you can sometime.