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  1. Well Water Making Me Sick

    Did you ever find the cause? I'm having the same problem and even boiling doesn't help. Its getting expensive to drive half an hour just to buy water (we live the sticks)
  2. I applaud your efforts but feeding a bunch of little ones on a gluten free MCADD diet WILL break the bank. I know you don't want your little one singled out but for your pocket book you may want to accept its only your little one thats on the special diet. Our kids eat almost non stop due to the high carb/low fat diet and in a kid with a normal metabolism feeding them like that can very quickly make them over weight so while the diet is fantastic for an FOD kid, its not so healthy for regular kids. Just something to think about from someone who has BTDT with kids with different diet needs.
  3. I used 1 Cup Sorghum, 1/4 cup brown rice flour and 1/4 cup white rice flour for the gluten-free flour and to replace the garfava flour. You want the water to be about 110F to help the yeast rise. Comes out perfect every time!
  4. I should have been clearer:) Commercial pans are 16" long and you end up with a loaf the size of a loaf like you would buy from a store. Not every recipe works for using these pans, for example banana bread. Edit cause I'm stupid, it was another awesome bread recipe I did yesterday thats easier but I think this one beats it on the taste and chewiness factor.
  5. Thank you for the heads up, that type of response would piss me too too. I got the book for pretty much the bread recipes which don't look to high in fat although I just noticed she didn't bother putting in a nutrition break down after each recipe which is a bit annoying as that's rather important info for us since I'm trying to lose weight and we have to do low fat. I can't remember the last time I got a cook book without that info for each recipe. oh yes, should she make another book and you want it without her getting her royalty becasue of her attitude, just by it 2nd hand from a private seller online so you still get the book without spiting yourself:) I mean I may not like aunt Suzie but I'll be darned if I'm gonna deprive myself of her cake recipe becasue of it:) lol:)
  6. If the recipes from Annalise's book turn out to be a good as people are telling me it might be worth it to shell out the money. Its basically $25 for a 3lb bag. That's around $8lb, a really good flour mill is around $250. So for the cost of around 30lbs of flour it would pay for itself. We bake a lot so for me that would be worth it but I'd rather not shell out that kind of money you know?
  7. Exactly, there a newbie spamming there biz is all, ignore it:) I did grind some of Bobs brown rice flour up and it is much more powdery but I don't know how it compares to Authentic Foods grind. If I have time tonight I'll bake something with it and see what happens.
  8. Call me cheap but no way am I paying $13 in shipping for 3lbs of already really over priced flour. I mean come on, $25 for 3 lbs of flour? NO.WAY. Can't I just put regular brown rice flour in a coffee/spice grinder to make it finer? or can I put it though a mill?
  9. Were big Udi's fans but its now become our back up bread when I don't have time to bake. Were using this recipe now which I found off this thread. Its awesome!
  10. Anyone know how well this doubles? I want to try it in a commercial sized pan which usually requires doubling of the recipe. Thanks!
  11. I didn't even know it was out yet! I just looked it up on Amazon and its got tons of glowing reviews. I LOVE her 1st book so I'm going to order her new book right now:)
  12. So I discovered! After adding flax it came out much better but I think I need to reduce the yeast by 1/2tsp since I'm still getting the uneven funky rising thing going on but its like 3-4 inches instead of the 6-8 it was doing without the flax. For the book you have right now, have you considered selling digital copies? The price of shipping makes the book pretty expensive and is a major drawback, at least for me. I'm spoiled by Amazons free shipping:)
  13. ok, picked up some flax seed today to grind. Does it matter which type? Brown or gold?
  14. I've made this bread twice now, the 1st time I messed up and forgot to add the vinegar and didn't notice I subbed tapioca for the corn starch. The 2nd time I got it right and started baking it before it reached the edge of the pan. Both times it rose ridiculously high and spectacularly collapsed when I pulled it out of the oven:( I've read the whole thread and for the life of me I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong:( The only thing I didn't do was add the flax since I didn't have any, does it make that much of a difference?
  15. Where in the world are you shopping? I get a 25lb bag of corn starch for $15 at one of the bulk places, eggs are .99 cents on sale (normally $3), never buy yeast in a packet if you use it on even a semi regular basis, you can get a 1lb bag for like $5 to keep in the freezer. Its way cheaper to make your own but I agree, Udi's is awesome and I wish I could find the recipe!