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#1 Skittles

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 01:29 PM

Hello everyone,

I loveeee bread but I am thinking I need to cut all grains out of my diet. I found some grain free recipes online but I have a bread machine and my mother-in-law said you have to make sure the recipes are ones that are ok to use with a bread machine. I'm new with the making my own bread so i'm unsure. Do you guys know any? pleas help :)
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Posted 29 June 2012 - 01:59 PM

Getting gluten-free recipes to work in a bread machine is a matter of adjusting the moisture and xanthan gum amount so that the rise and baking times work for that particular recipe, just like with normal bread. It will take some experimenting to adopt whatever recipe you've found to your bread machine. Also the dough hook on my machine doesn't mix sticky gluten-free doughs very well. It works better for my machine to mix the batter, add it to the machine, and then start the cycle. Be sure you use a cycle that only has a singe rise.
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Posted 01 July 2012 - 05:33 AM

Grainless....so that means nuts. You can make crackers from nuts and instead of making them small you can spread them out like a piece of bread if you really want to make "bread". I am posting a flour-less cookie recipe, you can make them savory! Omit the sugar.
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Posted 01 July 2012 - 05:36 AM

Elana's Pantry has several grain free bread recipes that are delicious
and there is no bread machine involved.
I make them all the time and they are easy and quick.

If you are looking for a sandwich type bread that is grainless, that is a bit more tricky. She has a "mock" rye one posted there as well.

Google it! :)
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Posted 01 July 2012 - 06:29 AM

Grainless....so that means nuts. You can make crackers from nuts and instead of making them small you can spread them out like a piece of bread if you really want to make "bread". I am posting a flour-less cookie recipe, you can make them savory! Omit the sugar.

Don't confuse grainless and low-carb. Grainless includes tapioca starch, flax meal, potato starch, and bean flours, which could make a reasonable flour mix for yeast bread. Some people with grain sensitivities also tolerate pseudo-grains like buckwheat, quinoa, and amaranth.

If you need low-carb as well, that's where the almond flour and coconut flour come into play.
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Posted 02 July 2012 - 04:26 PM

Don't confuse grainless and low-carb. Grainless includes tapioca starch, flax meal, potato starch, and bean flours, which could make a reasonable flour mix for yeast bread. Some people with grain sensitivities also tolerate pseudo-grains like buckwheat, quinoa, and amaranth.

If you need low-carb as well, that's where the almond flour and coconut flour come into play.



No i'm not trying to go with low carb, just no grains!
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