Does anyone know how to make the host (the eucharistic bread) that is at church?

Question by 15yearold: Does anyone know how to make the host (the eucharistic bread) that is at church?
I know that it has no yeast because it is unleavened bread but does anyone know the actual amount of water and flour etc.? I really like the bread of Christ at church (even though it has like no flavor). I just want to know how to make it. Thank you.

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Answer by MrBuzz
try a recipe for wafer

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For additional information on TeenPact visit

Located in the Empire State Building, The King’s College seeks to prepare students for careers in which they will help to shape and eventually to lead strategic public and private institutions: to improve government, commerce, law, the media, civil society, education, the arts and the church.


Duanne Moeller, Dean of Students

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212-659-7200 ext. 7208


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