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Every year I make a bread called special bread for Thanksgiving. It has flour, applesauce, milk, honey, potato flakes, and cracked wheat in it. I think I can just use a standard 2/1/1 rice/potato starch/tapioca starch mix for the flour with some xanthum gum and leave the rest of the ingredients the same. The tricky one is the cracked wheat. Do any of you have any ideas what I can use to replace that with? It is cooked cracked wheat, more for texture than for flavor....... Any ideas????? I REALLY don't want to leave out this tradition! :(

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I really don't know what to suggest but I would first try whole flax seed or other whole grains. But I can't imagine cooking it.

If you post your recipe, perhaps someone would have more ideas.

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Maybe buckwheat?

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