The Amish, also known as the Amish people, are a small, nomadic, rural, nomad community that live in rural areas of the Upper Midwest.
They are a highly secretive, nominally Christian group who are generally thought to have no formal religious affiliation.
However, some Amish communities have embraced Christianity, and many Amish children have Christian names.
They practice a fast, communal lifestyle that involves living in large communal buildings, and their food is generally made with whole grain bread.
The bread is typically made with a mixture of wheat, rye, barley and rye flour, which are often combined with a bit of water.
A good Amish friend will be able to make a delicious, nutritious and fast bread that you can eat on its own, or in a loaf of bread for lunch.
This recipe for homemade bread is easy to make and easy to store in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.
A friend will likely also be able give you some good suggestions on how to add flavor to your bread.
For those who live in a home with a refrigerator, you can store the bread in a plastic bag in the pantry, in a bowl or container on a plate, or even in the freezer.
But if you live in an apartment, or a home where you have to walk to and from work, you might be able put the bread directly into the refrigerator, and then bake it in a pan of oil, or grease it with olive oil or butter.
You can also use the bread to make the dough for a batch of homemade cookies, or add a few extra drops of your favorite flavor to a cupcake.
For a quick bread that will keep for a few weeks, use a package of gluten-free bread flour, and use the same recipe.
Amish breads are often made from wheat, but any gluten-containing grain will work.
The best gluten-rich bread for this recipe is wheat bran, but you can use other whole grains such as brown rice, rye bran or even whole wheat flour.
You’ll need to make sure to choose gluten-sourced flour, as many companies do not produce gluten-based flour.
A gluten- free loaf will make for a tasty and healthy meal, but the bread is also very tasty with some bread and butter.
The recipe is adapted from the book The Amishes Bread: A Journey into the World of the Amishes, which features recipes and information from more than 3,000 Amish recipes published between 1799 and 1950.