How to bake bread in the volcano

A resident of Iceland Viktor Sveinsson learned to bake bread in a hot spring is located near lake Laugarvatn. The temperature of the mud in these spaces reaches 100 degrees. This is less than in a furnace, but sufficient for the production of bakery products. Director Alison Grasso took the man movie.

According to Swanson, he is preparing dough from mixture of rye and wheat flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and milk. The Icelander puts the batter in the pan, close the lid, and then on the day buries in the dirt. The man claims that the resulting bread taste and is similar in structure to the cake.

Tried the product Swasson the Director argues that it is not expected that rye bread can be so tasty.

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