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The "inedible Bread" Stuffing Outcome
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It's been so long since I bought Ener-G bread... I'm pretty sure that there must have been another, heavier loaf that I first tried 9 years ago... white rice bread, maybe?? Anyhow, I picked up a loaf of their tapioca bread and cut it into cubes and left 'em to dry on a cookie sheet.

Holy cow!!! The bread SMELLED so bad... I could smell it from across the room!!! I've read some threads about recipes using tapioca flour/starch having a funny taste or aftertaste... but when I got up the next day and these cubes had been drying out for about 24 hours... the SMELL actually hit me in the face when I walked into the kitchen!!

I threw them out!! I cut up a loaf of Pamela's gluten-free bread and made the recipe I'd found using sausage, apples, cornbread, and gluten-free cubes. It was very good.

So much for the Ener-G stuffing plan.

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ew that EnerG stuff sounds gross..

we used Pamela's cornbread mix & Udi's white bread in my mom's old stuffing recipe.. it was delish :)

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Hee! Don't blame you--I'd have tossed it too. Don't want anything spoiling the stuffing.... :D

I normally use GFP French bread, this year I used GFP Sandwich bread and although it was good I'm going back to the French next year.

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I used the Ener-G bread. Yes it smelled kind of funny...but it was more of a sour smell (I think I had the Papa's loaf)so I figured it would be fine, more like sourdough. It was good. Even my non-gluten-free family ate it and liked it. (That or I had so much other good stuff in there they didn't even notice! :blink: )

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