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Date April 5, 2020
Name Jesse W
Email jesse.winn@gmail.com
Home Page
City Omaha
State Nebraska
Country United States
Comments I looked for a simple recipe for a communion bread that didn't probably taste like chalk. Thank you for your recipes.




Date March 22, 2020
Name Erika Parker
Email erikaparker2011@gmail.com
Home Page 611 20TH CT NE
City CENTER POINT
State AL
Country United States
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Date January 4, 2020
Name Karley
Email Karley.howe2@gmail.com
Home Page
City Goliad
State Texas
Country United States
Comments Thank you for the wonderful sight. I just made a recipe from another sight , but yours are more informative. God’s peace Karley




Date December 21, 2019
Name Paula Judge
Email Kingskid987@yahoo.com
Home Page
City Snellville
State Ga
Country United States
Comments Thank you for the precious Scriptures that accompany these recipes. I look forward to baking this lovely communion bread and basking in the Lord’s presence! I pray blessings over you in Jesus Name!




Date November 13, 2019
Name Carolyn Dunkirk
Email pixie.j.dunkirk@gmail.com
Home Page
City West Branch
State MI
Country
Comments thank you for sharing these recipes




Date October 17, 2019
Name Christina Myers
Email Christina@humbleandbold.com
Home Page
City Duluth
State GA
Country
Comments Beth, thanking God for His divine appointment in us meeting yesterday. Love this site!




Date October 2, 2019
Name Carol Ernsberer
Email cernsberger@kpcmedia.com
Home Page
City Kendallville
State Indiana
Country USA
Comments Baker for Mount Pleasant Lutheran Church




Date September 29, 2019
Name Pastor Daphne BUrt
Email pastordaphneb@gmail.com
Home Page
City Chicopee
State MA
Country United States
Comments Thank you! This is great!!!




Date September 23, 2019
Name LaVerne Butts Robinson
Email lavernebutts.lb@gmail.com
Home Page
City Decatur
State GA
Country United States
Comments Thanks Beth for your recipe. I altered it a little. Because I was trying to cut down the batch. I had missed placed my original recipe. Yours was the closes to mine and used all the ingredients. Thanks for the tip of piercing. I loved your description for each. I am going to share with our members and make sure I give you credit. LaVerne Butts Robinson




Date September 16, 2019
Name Janet Burnett
Email Jeanburley2@gmail.com
Home Page
City Concord
State California
Country
Comments I found a receipts for matza the bread used for passover use 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon flour 1/3 cup water 1 teaspoon olive oil 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt. You have 18 minutes to make this bread for Passover.mix 1 cup flour with 1/3 cup of water mix using a four lead the dough 2 minutes make 8 balls use teaspoon of flour on board to roll dough out pierce with fork pierce dough 52 times each side place on cookie dough sheet grease with olive oil and sprinkle with half the the salt cook 2 minutes at 475 preheated oven turn over cook 2 more minutes let cool and enjoy!




Date September 12, 2019
Name Maria
Email mmym7.3710@yahoo.com.ar
Home Page
City Santiago del Estero
State Santiago del Estero
Country Argentina
Comments Greetings from Argentina. I visited the page because a job for college




Date August 19, 2019
Name Dr. Mary Adele Philips
Email mentoringtheministry2000@gmail.com
Home Page
City Texarkana
State TX
Country USA
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Date March 1, 2019
Name Eve Hunt
Email soniahorn1122@gmx.com
Home Page https://www.thedarkweblinks.com
City Cibiceu
State California
Country United States
Comments An impressive share! I have just forwarded this onto a coworker who had been doing a little homework on this. And he actually ordered me dinner simply because I found it for him… lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time to discuss this topic here on your blog.




Date December 31, 2018
Name Diana Conn
Email chillitowndrifter@yahoo.com
Home Page
City Chillicothe
State Ohio
Country
Comments Thank you for putting your recipes on the web.




Date December 2, 2018
Name Bonnie Brown
Email bbrown1053@gmail.com
Home Page
City Raymondville
State TX
Country USA
Comments Thank you!! Will be making this for the first time today.




Date September 28, 2018
Name ovidio
Email ompenalver@gmail.com
Home Page
City puyallup
State Washington
Country USA
Comments Thank you for sharing your recipe.




Date August 6, 2018
Name Jon Becker
Email jon_b_becker@yahoo.cm
Home Page
City Stockholm
State WI
Country USA
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Date May 19, 2018
Name Mary Rieder
Email maryrieder@yahoo.com
Home Page 206 Linwood drive
City Lexington
State Ky
Country United States
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Date May 18, 2018
Name Dawn Lenard
Email Yoreplace110101@aol.com
Home Page 608 E 2nd St
City Newberg
State OR
Country United States
Comments Thanks & Blessings!




Date March 29, 2018
Name Kay S Helms
Email supersmom@msn.com
Home Page 324 W 200 North
City Cedar City
State UT
Country United States
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Date January 29, 2018
Name Lisa Mccoy
Email lisamccoy.304@gmail.com
Home Page 2840 Camp Creek Road
City Lucasville
State Ohio
Country United States
Comments Our pastor asked me to try to find an unleavened bread recipe for the Communion Table elements class he is teaching. Thank you for providing various versions for me to try before he needs them for his class.




Date July 17, 2017
Name Jessica
Email moorefam25@yahoo.com
Home Page
City Central Lake
State Michigan
Country USA
Comments Awesome site, thanks!




Date July 7, 2017
Name Carla
Email jchilso@aol.com
Home Page
City Ringgold
State GA
Country Catoosa
Comments This is the first time making communion bread. thank you so much for the recipe.




Date June 3, 2017
Name Chris Helsley
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City Elkton
State Virginia
Country
Comments I wanted to find a recipe to bake some bread for daily partaking in the celebration of my redemption and I found your page. Thank you!




Date May 8, 2017
Name Ann Wolfer
Email daswolfer@aol.com
Home Page
City Salem
State VA
Country USA
Comments Beth, our congregation is interested in trying a non yeast communion bread recipe. What is the yield per recipe of your recipe? We have about 500 to 600 people per Sunday, so I would need to know how to adjust the recipe. Your bread is wonderful! Thanks.