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Adapting Recipes For Breadmaker?
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I am new to the boards. I do not have Celiac Disease but am following a gluten-free diet due to GI issues and to help with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. It has made a huge difference to my well being over the last seven months. Wow! Seven months already!

I was given a breadmaker and would like to try to use it to make gluten-free breads. However, I don't want to get into buying a lot of flours. I am willing to do so if I can make my own mixes ([url=http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/homemadeconveniencefoods.htm]a l

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Does it have a gluten-free setting?

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Use the google in the upper right corner to search for " bread machine" or " bread maker". I know we have and lots of posts with recipes and suggestions. If you find a helpful one, you might put the link to it for others who are following along

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The main thing is it needs to be a cycle with only one rise. You don't punch down gluten-free dough for a second rise. On my older machine, the "rapid rise" setting is a single rise.

I like the Bob's Red Mill Hearty Whole Grain bread mix. Homemade Wonderful Bread works well too, but I taste the bean flour more strongly in that one. Measuring fluid carefully is VERY important for good results. I have to proof the yeast and mix the wet and dry ingreds by hand until all the flour is moistened. Then I dump the sticky batter/dough into the machine. Gluten-free doughs are too sticky for my machine's paddle to manage to mix in all the flour without a little help.

I've always found the trick with bread machines is the moisture. A dough that's too wet will over-rise, collapse, and underbake. Too dry and it doesn't rise well enough and tends to overbake. It's mostly experimentation and getting a feel for how your favorite recipe works in the machine.

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I use a mix called Favorite Sandwich Bread, so good. I use my bread machine on the dough setting. It runs the cycle and then I put it in a pan and cook the old fashioned way. It's my favorite, I don't make it very often but when I do I fall in love with it all over again!

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Hornet - it does not have a gluten-free bread setting.

I also wonder if it won't work because every cycle has two rises.

I did the Google before I posted this, but none of the thread titles seemed to be what I needed.

Thanks for tips on mixes - anyone ever adapt a from-scratch recipe?

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I tried to adapt from scratch in the beginning and failed miserably more than once lol that was when I discovered te mix haha good luck!! If you come up with a great one, please share! 😃

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