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I really need a good bread crumb, I bought The Gluten Free Pantry bread crumbs but they were so highly spiced they overpower my meatballs.

so, what brand do you use?

thanks

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I use the leftovers from Lorka's flax bread recipe. I collect the "heels" and when I have enough I process them into crumbs and keep them in the freezer.

Lorka's Flax Bread

(my flour combination included here. Lorka's original recipe here: http://www.recipezaar.com/190906 )

1/4 cup garfava flour

1/2 cup potato starch

1/4 cup cornstarch

1/4 cup flaxmeal

1/2 cup brown rice flour

1/2 cup sorghum flour

1/4 cup tapioca starch

2 1/2 teaspoons xanthan gum

2 teaspoons active dry yeast

1 teaspoon salt

2 eggs

2 egg whites

1 cup water or milk

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

2 tablespoons honey

2 teaspoons vinegar

Combine flours, flax, starches, gum, yeast, salt.

In the mixer, combine wet ingredients, then add the dry.

Scrape the sides, and mix on medium for 4-5 minutes.

Pour into 9x5 pan, and let rise to top of pan (took about 80 minutes). I always, always let it rise in a turned off oven.

Bake at 350F for about 40 minutes.

Remove from pan, cool, and slice.

*use egg replacer of choice to create a vegan loaf, as well as an alternative sweetener for the honey.

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I use the Kinnikinnick brand Bread Crumbs. They are just like regular bread crumbs in texture and flavor. Finding these at my local health food store has been a life saver - I can make many of the old recipes gluten-free now!

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I use Quinoa Flakes in some applications.

They're usually in the cereal aisle, as they're meant to be a hot cereal, like Cream-of-Wh .. . ..lol I don't even want to type the W word!!!!!!!!

For one, they're awesome in breading for fried fish. Mmmmmmmmm!! :)

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I use the Kinnikinnick brand Bread Crumbs. They are just like regular bread crumbs in texture and flavor. Finding these at my local health food store has been a life saver - I can make many of the old recipes gluten-free now!

I vote for Kinnikinnick too....

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I really need a good bread crumb, I bought The Gluten Free Pantry bread crumbs but they were so highly spiced they overpower my meatballs.

so, what brand do you use?

thanks

Hi Betty, I think I have tried every nasty bread crumb out there. I have finally started making my own. I will get about 5 to 6 loafs of bread from kinnick (sp) or I will even use their hamburger buns. I cut them up and toast them then put them in my blender. Once they are nice and fine I add all my seasonings. I get a huge amount and I freeze them, this way it last for a very long time. I ususally make them twice a year. My family actually prefers these to the regular gluten ones. I will admit it is very time consuming, but my daughter loves to help and once it is done, you won't have to worry about it for a long time. I also cut up my left over bread or bagels into squares and freeze them until the next time I am going to make bread crumbs or stuffing.

Good Luck. Lorrie

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