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#1 SweetAmber32

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 12:56 PM

My dad bought me a second hand bread making machine by Oster. I'm not sure how to bake the bread for a gluten-free diet. It does not have settings to make gluten-free bread, so I'm not sure what settings to enter.
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Posted 18 March 2008 - 06:27 AM

I just used the regular setting on mine and seems to work fine. I have also used just the mix and rise setting and then bake in regular oven in bread pan, but it will have to rise again once you place in regular bread pan. Some of the gluten free mixes are too large for some of the bread makers, unless you know how large it is. Mine spilled over once because is was too small.

I freeze mine after I have sliced it and take it out just when I need it. Yummmmm!

My dad bought me a second hand bread making machine by Oster. I'm not sure how to bake the bread for a gluten-free diet. It does not have settings to make gluten-free bread, so I'm not sure what settings to enter.


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Posted 18 March 2008 - 06:38 AM

http://www.glutenfre...mp;#entry409630
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