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Does Anyone Have A Good Bread Recipe, Not Using Yeast, That You Have Tried And Liked?
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I'm supposed to bring bread to a meeting. One of the attendees eats vegan-gluten free. I told her I could easily sub coconut milk for the milk and use a recipe with no eggs or yeast. Any recipes out there that you have tried and liked that she could eat? Thanks for anyone's help on this. The luncheon is in 6 days.

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I'm supposed to bring bread to a meeting. One of the attendees eats vegan-gluten free. I told her I could easily sub coconut milk for the milk and use a recipe with no eggs or yeast. Any recipes out there that you have tried and liked that she could eat? Thanks for anyone's help on this. The luncheon is in 6 days.

Is she yeast free as well for some reason? Here's a gluten-free vegan recipe for french bread but it does have yeast: http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/gluten-free-vegan-french-bread-recipe-4704.html

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I love this Buckwheat Bread recipe. For one thing no Xanthan Gum, which does not agree with me at all. It's easy, like a quick bread-no yeast. I don't know what you would substitute for the egg whites however.

http://www.food.com/recipe/gluten-free-buckwheat-bread-388431

JennyLu, that looks awfully good. I think I will try it today for myself :) I love buckwheat. Yes, I wonder what I could substitute for the egg whites, if anything.

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Is she yeast free as well for some reason? Here's a gluten-free vegan recipe for french bread but it does have yeast: http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/gluten-free-vegan-french-bread-recipe-4704.html

That looks awfully good. Of course, I always say that about yeast breads, probably because I can't have it. <_<

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That looks awfully good. Of course, I always say that about yeast breads, probably because I can't have it. <_<

Oh, YOU'RE yeast free. I got it now. I thought you were thinking that vegans don't eat yeast. Sorry. I couldn't do yeast for about 6 months either but now I can have yeast bread every few weeks now and it doesn't bother me. I stay away from yeast extract in broths and other food though. There's just no reason for there to be yeast in "organic" chicken broth. :blink:

I'll see what I can find. When I was yeast free I think I did come across a few bread recipes but they may not have been vegan. Perhaps if they have milk you can use a milk sub though. I do know that it's easy to do things like flat breads/pancakes yeast free.

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sorry double post.

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These folks say that you can use flax in place of the eggs in vegan cooking.

http://www.ochef.com/687.htm

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I've used flax gel instead of eggs and found it worked fine in a bread recipe...(1 Tbsp. flaxseed meal plus 3 Tbsp. water for each egg). I know there are also other substitutes. You might google egg replacements and see what you come up with.

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Thanks everyone. Those are some good ideas :)

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I love this Buckwheat Bread recipe. For one thing no Xanthan Gum, which does not agree with me at all. It's easy, like a quick bread-no yeast. I don't know what you would substitute for the egg whites however.

http://www.food.com/recipe/gluten-free-buckwheat-bread-388431

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I have been experimenting a lot with buckwheat blends this month. If you give me a coupla days, I should be able to have something that should work in a loaf pan.

Note for above recipe- use a smaller pan like an 8" by 4", not a nine by five, since it's 2 cups of flours. May want to cut down amount of oil, 1/2 cup is a lot, as one commenter noted.

Add two teaspoons of pure apple cider vinegar to the coconut milk or water, and pre soak the buckwheat flour mixture, to make it act more like wheat flour. THEN add the baking powder and/or baking soda, and mix really well before putting in the pan.

may want to use some molasses for flavor, or some brown sugar. Also, a pinch of cumin and cinnamon is always good.

Suggested flour ideas, 1/2 cup of each to equal total amount 2 cups

buckwheat

garbanzo bean

potato starch

amaranth

almond meal (can grind nuts in blender)

sorghum

For the egg, either use xanthan or guar gum, (maybe 1 to 2 teaspoons total) or boiling water and flax or chia soaked in it to make a gel.

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Takala, that sounds great! Looking forward to hearing how you modify the recipe.

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Manna, hi. Thanks for the links! The first link does look good. I may try it sometime, but this week I think I will try the nourishingmeals.com flat bread. That looks really good and there are so many favorable comments. One question though: do you think brown rice flour, buckwheat flour and almond meal would substitue ok for the sorghum flour? Everything I make with the sorghum flour comes out all gummy tasting and sticks to the roof of my mouth.

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Manna, hi. Thanks for the links! The first link does look good. I may try it sometime, but this week I think I will try the nourishingmeals.com flat bread. That looks really good and there are so many favorable comments. One question though: do you think brown rice flour, buckwheat flour and almond meal would substitue ok for the sorghum flour? Everything I make with the sorghum flour comes out all gummy tasting and sticks to the roof of my mouth.

I've never used sorghum so I can't say for sure what the texture/taste is like but I would think that brown rice flour or buckwheat would sub well for it. Let us know how it turns out!

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I've never used sorghum so I can't say for sure what the texture/taste is like but I would think that brown rice flour or buckwheat would sub well for it. Let us know how it turns out!

Ok. I made the last link and just had three pieces for supper with choritzo sausage.

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I made the last link which is flatbread. Thanks for the recipe, Manna!I'll cut it into bars and take tomorrow and heat up before we eat. Was good with a little butter, but my vegan friend can use her balance product. It will be at her house :)

It was good. The texture was good. I used potato starch instead of arrowroot and molasses in place of honey b/c was out. Also, used 1 t. xantham gum instead of 3/4 t.

Will probably not make this recipe again. It may be better with the honey, but with molasses, it tastes like it was almost a dessert, but not quite.

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I made the last link which is flatbread. Thanks for the recipe, Manna!I'll cut it into bars and take tomorrow and heat up before we eat. Was good with a little butter, but my vegan friend can use her balance product. It will be at her house :)

It was good. The texture was good. I used potato starch instead of arrowroot and molasses in place of honey b/c was out. Also, used 1 t. xantham gum instead of 3/4 t.

I'm glad it was a success! Hope your friend likes it too!

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Okay, I have something in a mini loaf pan that is cooling on the counter. The test piece I did in the microwave has already been demolished. We just sliced and ate some. It worked !

This is a preliminary recipe. It is not tested at higher amounts.

Gluten Free, gum free, yeast free Vegan Buckwheat Mini Loaf of Bread, whole grain type

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