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    3 Variations of a Gluten Free Bread Recipe

    Joslyn H
    Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:20 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I hope I'm in the right forum, I'm somewhat confused and finding it difficult to navigate this website.

    My 2 Grandsons have recently been diagnosed with an intolerance to gluten, corn, potato, millet, oats, rice and most nuts … UGH! I tried a recipe in my bread machine and it seems to rise pretty well, but feels heavy and a bit too moist. I used an instant read thermometer and the temperature was about 200, when the baking was finished. I cooled the loaf topside down, on a wire rack and it didn’t sink in the middle.

    Has anyone tried the “3 Variations of a Gluten Free Bread Recipe” and if it can be made with a larger amount of tapioca flour and different flours, such as Sorghum or Quinoa, instead of the rice flour and potato starch? If so what amounts of each would I use?

    OH! And it needs to be dairy free and casin free too! Can I use liquid Soy milk or Coconut milk instead of the powdered milk and water; and what amount would I use to compensate for not using the dry milk powder? This is all new to me; one never realizes how not being able to eat a basic sandwich or cookie; or a plate full of Grandma’s silver dollar pancakes, can affect their lives. I can use all the help any of you fine people would care to share.
    duonyte
    Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:27 pm
    Forum Host
    Hi, Joslyn, Julie did pop over to the Q&A forum to provide you with some hints, http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=359448

    This is a pretty big site, and with over 50 forums it can be a bit confusing - once you spend a little time here, I think you will find it less so. Anyway, the folks in this forum are so knowledgeable and helpful on all kinds of issues with gluten-free and other allergies that I know you will soon be making great things for your loved ones.
    Joslyn H
    Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:57 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thank you for your reply and yes, I am very confused. I have to go to my hotmail and click on the link in an email I received, to even find what I've posted, it's frustrating!
    duonyte
    Wed Jun 22, 2011 6:44 am
    Forum Host
    Joslyn, if you click on your name, you will see your journal, which will show you where you posted.
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