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Depends on where your at, I am a pretty dang good baker and all the baked goods in my bakery are grain free and gluten free. But I only serve locally. Dallas Tx. has another great bakery called unrefined. Many swear by canyon house baked goods, I used to love Julian Bakery as they were low carb, grain free, and corn free, Some people just get the the cheap udies and like it ,or the old dryed out schar products for some reason. I did compose a list of different companies for various goods.
https://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/119661-gluten-free-food-alternative-list-2017/

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Thank you for helping me, but I think that did not make it clear. I am looking for gluten free baking machine as I would like to bake my own bread at home. On the market are so many from £60 to over £200 with different options and so many different review. 

On the end it come that I lost and do not know which one to buy.

Please if anyone have one at home or know some good to help me.

Thank you!

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9 minutes ago, Hellodee2 said:

I would kill for a thick gluten free pizza crust. Every crust is thin, watery and tasteless. If there is a thick gluten-free crust out there, please let me know!

I have used Simple Mills pizza crust in a springform pan to make a Chicago deep dish style crust. Grain free, loaded it with sauce and non dairy cheese and half of it with a burger sub.

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1 minute ago, Koce said:

Thank you for helping me, but I think that did not make it clear. I am looking for gluten free baking machine as I would like to bake my own bread at home. On the market are so many from £60 to over £200 with different options and so many different review. 

On the end it come that I lost and do not know which one to buy.

Please if anyone have one at home or know some good to help me.

Thank you!

AH a bread machine, -_- why do people insist on yeast breads, when you can make a great quick bread just as fast and lower carb and not risk a candida infection -_-.  I am just biased as baking yeast makes me bloat and sicker then a dog, Funny coming from a bakery owner but I stick to my grain free, and yeast free baked goods. My customers love them as they are.

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I used to have a bread machine long before I was diagnosed, but gluten free breads do not need all that kneading.   Basically, mix, rise and bake.  Experiment using a few gluten free recipes you can find online or in a gluten-free cookbook.  You just need mixing bowl, a strong arm (or electric mixer), a loaf pan, and a little time for rising.  Easy to do on a day off.  However, if you want to wake to bread already made, then a machine is your best bet.  I can not help you with a selection.  

https://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-sandwich-bread-recipe

 

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13 hours ago, Ennis_TX said:

I have used Simple Mills pizza crust in a springform pan to make a Chicago deep dish style crust. Grain free, loaded it with sauce and non dairy cheese and half of it with a burger sub.

Op sorry totally irrelevant comment

Ennis that sounds so good I could cry!

I was so sick by day 6 of gluten challenge I didn't get my pizza . 

 

waaaahhhhh ?

op I hope you find your bread machine ?

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