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  1. Madeline Crist
    October 24, 2019 @ 9:57 am

    5 stars
    Thank you so very much for sharing your information about traditional Irish recipes with the visual instructions. Grandparents SCOT-IRISH, grandmother from the MacDougall clan, grandfather the Wallace clan. The Outlander series has been a blessing for many of us who are Scottish & Irish descendants. Thank you

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    • J.J. Sheridan
      February 4, 2020 @ 1:54 pm

      You are more than welcome. I have to say being a chef I have put this blog on the back boiler for too long. I need to start getting more recipes up.

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  2. Liz Williams
    December 18, 2019 @ 1:31 pm

    5 stars
    Soda farls, delicious warm with butter and Strawberry jam!!

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  3. Martine
    June 9, 2020 @ 1:14 pm

    Is that 1 And 1/4 tsp or 1/4 tsp
    Many thanks

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    • J.J. Sheridan
      November 2, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

      Yes, it is 1 and 1/4 tsp. I have amended the recipe so there should be no more confusion. Thanks for your response and I hoped you enjoy the recipe.

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  4. Isabell andrews
    September 12, 2020 @ 9:05 am

    Why is there no recipes using soda flour ?

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    • J.J. Sheridan
      November 2, 2020 @ 5:21 pm

      Plain flour is used in soda bread dishes. The soda comes from adding in bread soda into the flour. Baking soda is also known as bicarbonate of soda and is used as a leavening agent to make the bread rise. I have never come across soda flour but I presume you are talking about flour that has either bread soda or baking soda already added such as self-raising flour. The problem with this type of flour is you don’t have as much control over the amount of leavening agent as you would with a plain flour and adding your required amount of soda. I hope this answers your question.

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