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    Jesse's Corn-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Sugar-Free Bread

    Reviewed and edited by a celiac disease expert.

    This recipe comes to us from Susan Carmack.

    Dry Ingredients:
    2 ½ cups rice flour
    ½ cup tapioca flour
    2 ½ teaspoons guar gum
    1 tablespoon yeast
    1 teaspoon salt

    Liquid Ingredients:
    2 tablespoons honey
    2 tablespoons olive oil or tallow
    1 ½ - 2 cups water
    1 teaspoon cider or rice vinegar

    Directions:
    Add liquid ingredients to dry ingredients in food processor. Process the mixture until it is smooth like a cake. Spoon it into a greased bread pan or muffin tins. Bake in oven at 350F - 30 min for bread and 15 minutes for the buns.


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    The directions are very unclear. For example, what does "Process the mixture until it is smooth like a cake" mean?

     

    There is no way that 30 minutes is enough baking time.

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    My 16 year old son just found out that he has allergies to wheat, corn, soy, coco, peanuts and every outdoor pollutant know to man. I thank you for the recipe and if you get any more please let us know. I am looking for a really good biscuit and Mayonnaise that doesn't have soy, corn or wheat in it. Thank you

    Try olive oil, pure vinegar and egg yolks for a mayo. Add garlic for something different, or cayenne pepper.

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    For the lady with the 16 year old wanting a mayo, try 4 part olive oil, 2 egg yolks, 1 part vinegar. At this point, add spices if he can take them, otherwise blend ingeredients till it looks like mayo. Yummy!

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    I have not tried this yet, but where can I find more recipes that are dairy free, corn free and gluten free?

    Did you find many recipes that are dairy, gluten and corn free? My granddaughter is the same way. We need some help here on recipes for her.

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    Not bad. Strange taste to it and it needs better instructions and a lot of tweaking as it didnt rise very much and still needed cooking time after an hour. I will be tweaking this hopefully in a few days to see if i can get it to rise and taste good. Also i found this bread insanely heavy. I could knock someone out with the tiny loaf I made!

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    Made this for lunch today. I used instant yeast and xanthan gum, since we don't have a corn allergy (surprise surprise), but it's difficult to find a dairy, egg, soy, and gluten-free bread that doesn't have potato, buckwheat, sorghum, millet, or nut/tree nut flours in them. It is very dense and moist (gummy texture) but even store bought rice breads are gummy. It dries out quickly though so if you aren't a huge fan of the moistness, slice it and let it sit for an hour. 30mins baking was sufficiant in my gas oven. Also I mixed by hand (whisk) since I don't own a food processor.

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    I altered the recipe and added 1 teaspoon of baking powder. It was a little less dense. I think the next batch I'm going to try 2 teaspoons baking powder and a bit more vinegar to see if it'll fluff up nice. Definitely had a more airy texture with lots of small pockets.

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    This website is very helpful. I am a mother of 3 who are allergic to wheat, corn, soy, egg whites and sesame seeds. Myself, peanuts, walnuts ,clams, scallops, shrimp and the list goes on...

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    Thank you so much for this recipe, My two daughters are allergic to dairy, wheat, eggs, corn, soy, and peanuts. I'm constantly looking for recipes and deserts for them. As you probably know it is a difficult task to give them great tasting deserts and foods without all the ingredients that they cannot have but desperately want!

    I am severely allergic to soy. They will tell you that guar gum is a soy derivative and you should not use it. Substitute xantham gum instead.

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    Thank you for this winner of a recipe! I made this yesterday expecting it to be about as unsuccessful as all of the other recipes I've tried but boy was I surprised! Happy, smliing, excited and just could not believe how scrumptious the flavor was AND the texture was perfect! Yippee! I substituted one cup of the flour with amaranth and it took longer to cook but it came out terrific! My taste buds thank you!

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    I am severely allergic to soy. They will tell you that guar gum is a soy derivative and you should not use it. Substitute xantham gum instead.

    Xantham gum is derived from corn, wheat, or soy. I had to look this up. My son is gluten free, corn free, egg free, and dairy free in his diet. He wants doughnuts.

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    Xantham gum is derived from corn, wheat, or soy. I had to look this up. My son is gluten free, corn free, egg free, and dairy free in his diet. He wants doughnuts.

    There is a xanthan gum that doesn't have corn. Google it. It's pretty hard to find.

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