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Have you tried using psyllium husk powder for making breads, rolls, etc....?

 

What have your experiences been with using it?

 

What brand do you use?

 

Will you share your recipes please?


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Yes it works really well. Gives the bread good texture almost like bread with gluten. I bought my bag at local health food store Sprouts. The bag was whole psyllium husks, so i ran them in my spice grinder and they were very fine. The recipe I used was out of Americas Test Kitchen Cookbook How can it be Gluten Free. If you want the recipe let me know I can give it to you.

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Thanks! I have the same book myself. That's what put me onto this. Here's the problem..... Their flour mix calls for some brown rice flour & my hubs just despises anything with brown rice flour in it. He does that lip curl thing you know. Any suggestions what to replace that with?

We both hate millet flour & the bean flours btw.


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Thanks Ruth. Yes, I know but my hubs is like having a 5 yr. old when eating. He hates sorghum & quinoa flavors. Almond meal is okay but he complains that "it tastes like nuts". Me, I just want to smack him & tell him to get a grip. Sigh.


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