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How Do I Bake Gluten Free On A Sanyo The Bread Factory Plus?
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I am very eager to bake with this machine some gluten-free breads so finally we can have a sandwich in our house :D !!

However the provided recipes have me stumped as they are ALL designed for gluten baking. :(

I have various gluten-free flours bought, also xanthan gum etc, so i am fairly ready to bake :)

I know as a last resort i can just hand bake the loaves, but having some health issues, the ease of this machiene would really be a boon!

I appreciate any advcie hints, recipes and tips, thank you in advance.

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Basic Gluten Free Bread

3 Eggs (60g)

60ml Oil

450ml water -could be less [430ml] or more [470ml] depending on flours/starches

1 tsp vinegar

180g Brown rice flour#

405g White rice flour#

3 tbsp sugar

3-4 teaspoons Xanthan gum

1 1/2 tsp Salt

2 tsp Dry yeast

Preparation*:

Mix Liquids together.

Sift dry ingredients together.

Mix both together to soft dough.

Bread Machine:

Place dough into bread pan

Select Large Size, Basic Mix, Light crust.

* the biggest hurdle, initally, in machine baking, is that the ingredeients do not mix completely. By do some prep. work, this is avoided ..

# any ratio of flour or starch, as long as it measures 585g in total ..

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You HAVE to mess with the machine, a LOT! Don't expect the 1st to be perfect.....

You will be making lots of bread crumbs......

:)

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Basic Gluten Free Bread

3 Eggs (60g)

60ml Oil

450ml water -could be less [430ml] or more [470ml] depending on flours/starches

1 tsp vinegar

180g Brown rice flour#

405g White rice flour#

3 tbsp sugar

3-4 teaspoons Xanthan gum

1 1/2 tsp Salt

2 tsp Dry yeast

Preparation*:

Mix Liquids together.

Sift dry ingredients together.

Mix both together to soft dough.

Bread Machine:

Place dough into bread pan

Select Large Size, Basic Mix, Light crust.

* the biggest hurdle, initally, in machine baking, is that the ingredeients do not mix completely. By do some prep. work, this is avoided ..

# any ratio of flour or starch, as long as it measures 585g in total ..

By prep work do you mean to premix all the stuff by hand initially?

Sorry but I am a total newbie with regards to this ... ;)

Thank you :)

I am also very interested in various flours, I have some recipes to make rye like breads and fancy sweet breads.

If I can nail that down the road it would be such a thing of beauty lol!

~All of a sudden the hand method seems easier perhaps...lol

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You HAVE to mess with the machine, a LOT! Don't expect the 1st to be perfect.....

You will be making lots of bread crumbs......

:)

Alrighty then B) ...Would you consider the hand bake method easier then, or the machiene method?

Thank you :)

ps i know the sell some machienes with the gluten-free settings in them but they are all quite expensive; this one I recieved from freecycle.com

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