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    Bread Recipe for Bread Machine (Gluten-Free)

    This recipe comes to us from Kenneth Vaughan.

    In the bread makers container add:
    3 large eggs
    1 2/3 cup water
    3 tablespoons corn oil
    1 teaspoon vinegar

    In separate bowl:
    ¼ cup brown or white rice flour
    1 cup tapioca flour
    1 ½ cup corn flour
    ½ cup flaxseed flour (pardon the spelling use this to help with fiber content can sub ½ cup tapioca flour)
    ½ cup skim milk powder
    3 tablespoons sugar
    1 ½ teaspoons salt
    2 ½ teaspoons xanthan gum

    Add dry contents to wet and mix. With your finger make depression and add 2 ¼ teaspoons gluten-free yeast. Set bread maker for whole wheat select light and press go.


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    I just read an article in Energy Times on Goodbye Gluten. It stated that using starches taken from corn, potato, rice and tapioca (dried starches) raises blood sugar even higher than wheat. I too would like a gluten free bread but am now concerned about using these starches considering the health consequences which are too many to list here.

     

    I was wondering if anyone else had these concerns and does this mean we just cannot eat bread? Hope not!

    I hear the same. That's why I am looking for a bread recipe that is wheat free, but uses mainly coconut flour instead of the starches, and could be prepared in a bread maker, then transferred to a bread pan and baked in the oven. Do any of you healthy eaters out there know of a link to a recipe like that?

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    I haven't made this bread yet, but I do intend to. Do you think that it would turn out well in a bread maker? I have one and would like to try it. Any advice?

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    Does this recipe work with egg replacer instead of eggs?

     

    Also, for those wondering how big a loaf this makes, 3 cups of flour or flour-like ingredients makes a 1 1/2 lb. loaf usually.

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    Does anyone know if I want to set my bread machine to dough then bake the bread in the oven, do I need to let it rise? for how long then how long to bake in the oven?

     

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    Does anyone know if I want to set my bread machine to dough then bake the bread in the oven, do I need to let it rise? for how long then how long to bake in the oven?

     

    Thanks for the feedback!

    Regarding moving any bread from machine to oven: My bread machine has 3 rise cycles. I turn the machine off after the second rise, remove dough to a lightly flour board, knead a few times, then put it in a greased (I use Pam for baking) bread pan and then let it rise until it is about 1" above top of pan. Then bake - most breads for no more than 30 minutes at 350.

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