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Rice Potato Tapioca Bread?


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#1 kannne

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 04:23 AM

Does anyone have a recipe for bread that contains rice, potato and tapioca?

I can't use corn, soy, oat or teff.

Thanks :)
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Posted 07 November 2011 - 04:48 AM

Does anyone have a recipe for bread that contains rice, potato and tapioca?

I can't use corn, soy, oat or teff.

Thanks :)

That's a pretty common mix of gluten-free flours/starches so there should be a lot of recipes out there using those combinations. Here's one for French Bread, which uses only rice flour and tapioca flour (also known as tapioca starch). It has gotten a lot of good reviews.
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Posted 07 November 2011 - 05:52 AM

Thanks, I will try it.

Rice flour is a bit high in oxalate but its better then nothing..

The flour that is best tolerated is this:

Flour, Water Chestnut
Flour, Rice Starch
Flour, Green Bean Starch
Flour, Potato Starch
Grains, Millet, boiled 30 min (gluten-free)
Flour, Flaxseed meal, whole, ground, Bob's Red Mill
Flour, Coconut
Grains, Millet organic (soaked overnight,drained, rinsed, boiled for 20 min) (gluten-free)
Flour, Cowpea Bean Flour (Black-Eyed Pea Flour)
Flour, Pumpkin Seed Flour
Flour, Green Pea Flour

They a lower in oxalate :)

But I think its hard to make a bread based on those flours..
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Posted 08 November 2011 - 06:48 AM

When you mentioned rice as being acceptable, I immediately thought of rice flour as it's such a common ingredient in various flour mixes. Some recipes I've used do call for potato starch, millet flour and/or flaxseed meal. I haven't used the other flours/starches you've mentioned.

Hopefully someone else will chime in with their suggestions.
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Posted 08 November 2011 - 01:23 PM

You might be interested in reading this thread: http://www.celiac.co...sandwich-bread/
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Posted 08 November 2011 - 05:46 PM

Xanthan gum is grown on cornstarch - it is known to cause problems with those who cannot have corn in their diet.. you may want to look into guar gum as a substitute ..
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