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I could tell right away that the batter was going to stick to the cast iron skillet. Bummer.

I could tell right away that the batter was going to stick to the cast iron skillet. Bummer.

I washed out the pan, dried, reheated, then added coconut oil again. This looked like it might turn out a little better.

I washed out the pan, dried, reheated, then added coconut oil again. This looked like it might turn out a little better.

My first injera didn't turn out too well!

My first injera didn't turn out too well!

Before cooking, I added the salt and baking soda and stirred together.

Before cooking, I added the salt and baking soda and stirred together.

After 2 days, it looked like this.

After 2 days, it looked like this.

Add 1 1/2 c water to 1 c teff flour. Whisk until smooth.

Add 1 1/2 c water to 1 c teff flour. Whisk until smooth.

Limited success. I really try to avoid using non-stick pans, but I think next time I might try using one. The taste was dee-lish, but I need to improve my method to avoid all these crumpled injeras!

Limited success. I really try to avoid using non-stick pans, but I think next time I might try using one. The taste was dee-lish, but I need to improve my method to avoid all these crumpled injeras!

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