You can now with Breadlink make your Own :
400 gr pouches


The Bio-Dynamically grown grains (Millet, Spelt and AZUKI) later used to make the Amish bread are sprouted and filtered in fresh water and unlike with the flour the bread is baked from the fresh ingredients.

No Preservatives or coloring, No Dairy, No Flour, No Sugar, No Salt, No Eggs or other animal products used. Flours with a * do not contain Gluten, all Yeast Free and always 1000 % ORGANIC !

Make Amish Bread with :


    If you make it from the grains :

  1. Soak the different grains for 12 hours;
  2. Sprout the different grains for 3 days.
  3. Put in a bowl the different ingredients once sprouted ; Mix well.
  4. Ground all blended ingredients in your Robot Chef, or a Juicer.
  5. Make each bread about 400 gr, rectangular about 7 cm high in tin prviously greased with olive oil.
  6. Put in the oven a water recipient and rise temperature to 115°C
  7. When its hot put your bread and bake 2 h15
  8. Live it to cool before removing it from the tins.
  9. Your Amish bread will keep very well. Some people add a tea spoon of honey, others yeast or even spices.
  10. The ancient people for themselves were used to mix equal % of each ingredients...


There is no consensus on exactly where the Amish fit within Christianity:

Some consider them conservative Protestants. Most Amish would probably consider themselves to be Anabaptists as part of the European Free-Church Family along with Mennonites, Brethren Quakers and other denominations.

The Amish movement was founded in Europe by Jacob Amman (~1644 to ~1720 CE), from whom their name is derived. In many ways, it started as a reform group within the Mennonite movement as an attempt to restore some of the early practices of the Mennonites.

The beliefs and practices of the Amish were based on the writings of the founder of the Mennonite faith, Menno Simons (1496-1561), and on the 1632 Mennonite Dordrecht Confession of Faith. The Amish who split from Mennonites generally lived in Switzerland and in the southern Rhine river region. During the late 17th century, they separated because of what they perceived as a lack of discipline among the Mennonites.



ride the Amish

All our ingredients making the AMISH bread are 100% Organic


The Amish :

Old Order Amish are the most common. All the groups operate independently from each other with variations in how they practice their religion and religion dictates how they conduct their daily lives. The Swartzengruber Amish are the most conservative followed by the Old Order Amish. The Andy Weaver are more progressive and the New Order Amish are the most progressive."

Some Amish migrated to the United States, starting in the early 18th century. They initially settled in Pennsylvania. Other waves of immigrants became established in New York, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri Ohio, and other states.

The faith group has attempted to preserve the elements of late 17th century European rural culture. They try to avoid many of the features of modern society, by developing practices and behaviors which isolate themselves from American culture. James Hoorman writes about the current status of the Amish movement:

"In America, the Amish hold major doctrines in common, but as the years went by, their practices differed. Today, there are a number of different groups of Amish with the majority affiliated with four orders: Swartzengruber, Old Order, Andy Weaver, and New Order Amish.








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