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Gluten-Free Cake Enhancer (Also For Bread)

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Gluten-Free Cake Enhancer

I got some of this last week and figured I'd try it for yeast bread as it's always my biggest challenge. It's supposed to make all baked goods - cakes, sandwich breads and more - lighter and moister and keep them fresh longer.

I plan to try it with a bread recipe I've made before from Annalise Roberts' cookbook, Gluten-Free Baking Classics. Just curious to know if anyone has experience with it.

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I bought some dough enhancer. Not sure if it's the same thing or not. I've not used it yet because I don't know what to do with it!

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I bought some dough enhancer. Not sure if it's the same thing or not. I've not used it yet because I don't know what to do with it!

I'm not sure what dough enhancer is. Is it an Ener-G product? Does the info on it say what it's supposed to do?

I bought some Ener-G Egg Replacer but haven't used it yet either. I've seen recipes that call for it in a Bette Hagman cookbook I bought a short while ago, but I haven't tried any of her recipes yet.

I did use the cake enhancer yesterday and I think it made a difference. The bread rose faster and I wanted to let it rise more but was afraid it would collapse. I bought a 9x4x4" bread pan so my next loaf will be to use the cake enhancer and bake it in the new pan. Always experimenting, not always successful. lol

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I'm not sure what dough enhancer is. Is it an Ener-G product? Does the info on it say what it's supposed to do?

I bought some Ener-G Egg Replacer but haven't used it yet either. I've seen recipes that call for it in a Bette Hagman cookbook I bought a short while ago, but I haven't tried any of her recipes yet.

I did use the cake enhancer yesterday and I think it made a difference. The bread rose faster and I wanted to let it rise more but was afraid it would collapse. I bought a 9x4x4" bread pan so my next loaf will be to use the cake enhancer and bake it in the new pan. Always experimenting, not always successful. lol

It's not Ener-G. I think it might be Australian but not sure. I have the egg replacer. Doesn't seem to work very well.

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It's not Ener-G. I think it might be Australian but not sure. I have the egg replacer. Doesn't seem to work very well.

I don't think the egg replacer is meant to replace all the eggs in a recipe. Just as applesauce, for instance, isn't meant to replace all the oil or butter in a recipe.

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