Anadama Bread

A type of cornmeal bread that originated in colonial New England. It is one of the few cornmeal yeast breads, although it contains a large portion of wheat flour, which is necessary for the bread to properly rise. Anadama bread is also given a distinctive flavor with the addition of molasses.
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