How to make a ‘futuristic’ loaf of oat bread

Oats are an important part of our diet and they’re a staple in our modern diet too.

They’re a source of energy, fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals.

The good news is, if you make a loaf of oats, it’ll be the most delicious loaf you’ve ever had.

The bad news is that making an oat loaf will take a lot of time, and it’s best to start with a very fresh and dry loaf of bread, preferably one made from whole wheat.

This will give you the best chance of creating the best loaf possible.

The best thing you can do is to soak the bread in cold water for a few minutes, then pour the water into a bowl and soak for a little bit longer.

This is the time when you need to add some yeast to the mix to make it sour.

After soaking, add the water and stir to make sure everything is absorbed and it doesn’t start to ferment.

The first thing you need is a good source of water, and that’s where you’ll start with.

Oats require some sort of water to ferment, so if you don’t have a source, try one of the many varieties of oatmeal that are available.

These include whole wheat oat, whole wheat flour, barley, brown rice, and brown rice flour.

If you’re going for a ‘healthy’ breakfast, try the oatmeal you can buy in a packet, or the ones that you can find in the supermarket.

When you have a good oat source, the next step is to add a little of it to the dough.

You can also add more water, flour or milk if you prefer.

This dough is called the ‘wheat dough’, and it can be a good substitute for other types of dough.

The dough should be about 1/3 of the size of the loaf of your choice, but you should be able to vary the size and shape of your dough.

For a more traditional loaf, try a baguette, pita bread or even a loaf with a bit more of the dough, like a bagel.

If all else fails, you can add a bit of flour to the mixture, or just a touch of salt to make your oat loaves even sweeter.

Add the flour and salt to the bread, then knead it until it forms a ball and forms a very thin dough.

If it’s too thin, add more flour.

You should be ready to start shaping the loaf when the water has completely absorbed.

This time, you’ll need to let the dough rest for about 5 minutes, and then let it rest again for 5 more minutes, before shaping it again.

If your dough is too thick, just add more yeast to bring it to a more fluffy consistency.

Make sure you leave the dough for a bit longer than 5 minutes before shaping to ensure it’s ready for baking.

This part will take at least an hour.

When the dough has rested for about 15 minutes, shape the loaf again.

When it’s done, you will have a very nice, fluffy loaf of dough that you should have some to take home.

This loaf will look a little different to the original recipe, but it should be the same basic taste.

The next step you need, and the one that is a little trickier is to cut the loaf into pieces.

Cut your dough into two pieces, and place them in the oven for about 20 minutes.

If the dough is still a little sticky, add a pinch of salt and let it sit for a minute before slicing it.

Repeat this process for the other two pieces of dough to make three loaves of oats.

If not, you should still be able with the same technique.

This should take about 15-20 minutes, depending on how thick your dough really is.

When all three loaves are done, transfer them to a baking tray lined with baking paper, and allow them to rise in the fridge overnight.

After they’ve risen for about 1 hour, they should look like this: You can leave the loaves in the bread tray overnight to rise again, or you can bake them directly on the baking tray.

If they are still too thick to serve, add flour to loosen it up a little more.

If using the baking paper to cut your loaves, it’s a good idea to cut them into strips so you can make smaller loaves.

Make small batches of each loave to ensure you have enough to serve for the whole family.

You’ll want to divide them into thirds and then make each third into two loaves to serve.

You may also want to add more milk or a tablespoon or two of water if you want them to be more fluffy.

Bake the loans in the preheated oven for 40-50 minutes, until they are golden brown.

After the loakes are finished baking, they can be stored at room temperature for up to a week.

You don’t need to serve these in a bag