Next day, when stating to make barm brack, activate the yeast with warm milk and brown sugar.
Add the flour, salt, aquafaba, butter, and yeast mixture to a stand mixer fitted with the kneading hook. Turn the speed on low and knead (for five minutes) the bread to a smooth dough adding three tablespoons of water as necessary.
Cover and let the dough rise for 2-3 hours to double. The dough doubled in almost two and a half hours.
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