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Grew up in this stuff. East Tennessee, kern's. Dont make it anymore. Butter a slice, pop in the oven to toast. Nothing on earth like it. Have ordered online, ok, but not the same. Have my great grandmothers recipe….we've made it, good but hard to make. Takes a lot of time.
When I was a kid in Southern California, the Vandecamp's bakeries made salt rising bread. Sadly, they are long gone. I buy salt rising bread online from Rising Creek. There are few things that are better than this bread, just can't think of what they are.
There is nothing in the world like Salt Rising Bread. As a child, in our home, it was referred to as Stinky Bread. And we all loved it!
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