If you'd like a fermented, yeast-free bread recipe, you'll love this milk kefir-fermented bread dough. Fermenting your bread dough will aid in digestion and make it more nourishing for you and your family.
*You can also use real, cultured buttermilk (not the dead/pasteurized stuff from the store). Or you can use a high quality, plain yogurt instead of milk kefir.
I've made this bread with 100% rye flour and loved it; you can use a combination of flours, too.
You'll need about six cups of grain to grind up to make around 10 cups of flour.