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    Mmmm..Breakfast! Hot cinnamon bread and coffee (no flour)

    This was a hit with all four of us. Nothing like hot cinnamon bread and coffee on a cool fall morning. Lemon juice and baking soda really help it rise. Spongy and Light.Recipe here



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    lemon juice and soda makes things rise? I WILL REMEMBER THIS.

    any i tried this with coconut butter and it came out splendidly. The lemon juice and coconuty taste really melded well together. Ill be doing this more often. Could orange juice also be used in place of the lemon juice? is it as acidic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Madrox View Post
    lemon juice and soda makes things rise? I WILL REMEMBER THIS.
    Could orange juice also be used in place of the lemon juice? is it as acidic?
    Probably my pregnant brain talking, but... mmmm, pink lemonade...
    or even lime rickey...
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    trying this tomorrow morning when making pancakes for visiting son!

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    Again, curlygirl, you're awesome!!

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    I always use ACV. Tends to give things an earthier taste.

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    Genious! Thanks for sharing!

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    Jamie, I would think you could use something else acidic in the place of lemon juice, but I've not tried it yet. If you find something else that works for you, would love to know!
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