Recipe: Soaked flour pancakes

Adapted from Sally Fallon’s book, Nourishing Traditions. Page 478.

My variation of this recipe produces a decidedly sour pancake, which does not go well with honey, syrup, or fruit. It does, however, taste amazing with bacon.

For a sweeter, fluffier pancake, try adding in some baking soda (1 teaspoon or so) with the egg, and use only Raw Milk to soak the flour.


1 Cups flour

1 Cups raw cultured dairy, such as homemade kifer

1 Egg

2 Tablespoons butter

1/2 Teaspoon salt

Mix flour with the cultured milk, and leave covered overnight. Beat in egg, salt, and butter. Cook as you would other pancakes, using considerable bacon grease/butter to prevent sticking. -Caution, these pancakes do form the classic bubbles when they are ready to flip, but it is a subtle effect, and not as precise of an indicator as usual.

Serves 2.


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