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Elizabeth Colblentz in Wikipedia

A friend of mine gave me some "Amish Friendship Bread Starter", which I forgot about and actually tossed.  On this sort of chain letter like recipe it says that you shouldn't let the starter go because only the Amish have the recipe!  Ha Ha to that! It's very easy to get the recipe online.  One of the Google search items that pops up when "Amish Friendship Bread Starter" is typed into the search field is an entry on Wikipedia.  Under the "History" section is a quote from Elizabeth Coblentz, an Old Order Amish woman and syndicated columnist of the Amish Cook... Check it out!  


Re: Elizabeth Colblentz in Wikipedia

By odd coincidence, I was flipping through "the Old" cookbook last night for Elizabeth's starter recipe.  A friend had given me hers and I wanted to see how they compared.  Shouldn't take much guesswork to figure out which one I ended up making this morning.  LOL  Imagine my surprise when I got on the site tonight and saw this discussion!!  Smile

Rebecca

Re: Elizabeth Colblentz in Wikipedia

Hey, good research, KJunebug, that is pretty cool!

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