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Simply No Knead June 2017

Simply No Knead

WellBeing bread mix
Low carb-Hi Protein

600grams Wellbeing Bread Mix

1  Tablespoons SNK Active Dry Yeast                 



500mls very warm water (200 boiling+300cold)

2 Teaspoons Cold Pressed Sunflower Oil 


 1. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a large bowl, make a well.

2. Pour in ¾ of the liquid and the oil and mix thoroughly, adding small amounts of water until you have a stiff moist dough. NOTE: 50 to 100mls maybe left over

3. Cover the dough with CLING WRAP and allow the dough to double in size. (30 minutes)

4. Turn to the dough out onto a well-floured board or flat bench.

5. Shape the dough into a smooth ball, then divide in half. Shape each half into a smooth ball.

6. Lightly oil a 700gram Pre-Seasoned bread tin.

7. Place both halves of dough into the tin, spray with water and sprinkle with Sesame or Poppy Seeds.

8. Allow the dough to double in size.

9. Place into a pre-heated oven and cook for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown.

10. To clean your bread tins, wait till cool then wipe out with paper towel


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Bread making tip

What is the best way to store bread to prevent it going stale quickly?

When bread goes stale it's all to do with moisture loss and the activity of the starch granules in the bread. First, wrap bread tightly in plastic wrap and then foil. It's fine for a few days at room temperature. The fridge is the worst place to store bread as it goes stale even faster in this temperature. Howver, freezing dramatically slows the process and its the best storage method.
Pre-slice your loaves, wrap tightly in plastic wrap, place inside a plastic bag or foil. The bread can be thawed at room temperature or reheated in the oven to almost like its originalfreah-baked softness.

 Bread Making Classes 2017  

One lesson is all you need for the easiest, simplest and most fantastic way of making your own delicious and healthy home-made bread. Your initial Class Fee is $30.00 then you are eligible to attend more classes as a member for only $15.00 per class. Gift Vouchers available. Each class covers the Simply No Knead technique - simple, easy and helps you achieve great results to impress family & friends. Whether you make bread by hand or machine (including a thermo-mix) or you simply haven't made bread for a while, be inspired by some of these wonderful recipes and see just how easy they are to make.
Wednesday June 28th 6.30pm-7.30pm
Basic Bread Making
One lesson is all you need to make simply the most easiest, healthiest home made bread.

Book a place online on the website.
Or call 03 97860266 to book a place.

Product News 

New Lines to try!

Sprouted Wheat Flour
Sprouted Wheat Flour is made by sprouting ordinary wheat grains, drying them and stone grinding the product into flour. 
Why Sprouted Wheat? Sprouting grains significantly increases the proteins and vitamins while stiring up the enzyme activity. Sprouted Wheat also have the starches converted to sugars which aids in digestion by people how normally struggle with gluten or wheat products. 

Sprouted Wheat Flour @ $4/kg
Sprouted Wheat Grain @ $3/kg

Simply No Knead Wellbeing Bread Mix
Low Carb-High Protein Bread

A bread mix to make bread which has 25% more protein and 25% less carbohydrate than mixed grain bread.

Ingredients: Wheat flour (thiamine, folate), Linseeds, Sunflower kernels, Wheat bran, Gluten, Soy flour, Wheat protein isolate
Iodised salt, Vegetable oil (antioxidant (307)), Emulsifier (481), Antioxidant (ascorbic acid), Enzyme (amylase)

Nutritional Information Per 100gm
Energy kJ 1610
Protein g 21.3
Fat - Total g 12.6
Fat - Saturated g 1.6
Carbohydrate g 42
Carbohydrate - Sugars g 2.6
Dietary Fibre g 9.9
Sodium mg 538

Wellbeing Mix: Price $6/Kg Available in 2kg, 5kg, 10kg

JUNE EOFY SALE : EOFY Sale from Friday 23rd ends 5pm Thursday 29th June
BREAD FLOURS: Untreated White Bread Flour 2kg $5; 5kg@$10; 10kg@$15.00; 22kg@$33.00

SPELT FLOUR & KAMUT (Non Organic only-Sustainable Farmers of Australia Spelt) White or Wholemeal or Gold(White Hi Fibre) all $5/kg 2kg @ $10.00  5kg @ $25.00  10kg @ $50  20kg@ $100

You will find this variety of Spelt Flour on our website under Non-organic Spelt FlourOrder online 

Hardware: Bread Tins 700, 600, 500 & Farmhouse Tins all reduced to $25 (20% discount on many tins till stock runs out)

NB: Orders placed 23rd June to 29th June we will apply the discount manually once your order has been received by us.

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We supply a number of outlets across Melbourne, Geelong, Country Victoria, ACT and Tasmania. You will find them listed on our website. They will stock a range of our products with many happy to take orders for bulk goods not always available on the shelf. The outlets are either Independent Supermarkets -Leo's Fine Food & Wine, Ritchies IGA, Foodworks, Vallis IGA, Champions IGA, Health Food Stores or Fruit & Veg Merchants. We welcome Bungendore IGA ACT.
You can have your goods delivered to your home, post office or place of work. We use Australia Post and they will deliver Australia Wide.  Order online soon or if you are in our area visit the shop. Check dates we are closed below.
Check our outlets near you on our website.

seaford shop -closure dates IN 2016                                      

We are open Monday -Friday. We are closed on weekends and all Public holidays. We will always place a notice on our web home page plus in our shop regarding dates we may be closed.
The shop at 5 Cumberland Drive, Seaford will also be closed on these dates in 2017:
EASTER WEEK:Friday April14th - Sun April23rd 
Melbourne Cup Week(Extended):Nov 2nd -Nov 13th
Christmas Closure 2017: Dec 23 2017 - Jan 21 2018

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Telephone: 03 9786 0266
Fax: 03 9786 1123 info@snk.com.au
or visit the Simply No Knead supplies shop at 5 Cumberland Drive, Seaford, Melbourne, Victoria. 3198

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