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Marc49

Bread Machine Question

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Yes Sylvia,...the mixer had no issues at all. I'm glad I bought this instead of a bread machine. Clean up was easy, and no 'paddle' holes in the bread. Believe it or not the whisk did the job just fine, but I may try the paddle next time.

I didn't even pay attention to what flours were in the mix, but what you said might have caused the same impression with me. The only bread that I have had since the first of the year has been Udi's frozen mini slices!

I don't know why I hate that bread so much when others seem to like it, but I do.

The only thing I could stand to use it for was a grilled cheese/patty melt, or the like.

Glad the mixer worked well. Clean up is easy...as soon as I get the bread in the loaf pan, I soak the bowl and attachment, rubber scraper, etc. in warm water for a few minutes.

I've never used the whisk for bread but then I'm not using mixes either, which obviously Pamela's called for. If you didn't like the taste so much, you probably wouldn't like Bob's Red Mill mix either. I can't recall what's in it but I know there's garbanzo bean flour, which is a turn-off for some people.

Did you pick up any more mixes? Some people really like Gluten Free Pantry but I've never tried it either. I was buying Udi's, too, but was disappointed in the last couple of loaves so haven't bought any since June.

ETA: I made a really good pizza on Sun. using the recipe I gave you the link for.

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No, I really only picked up the one to try and see what they carried. Unfortunately this is a small 'specialty' store, and they were short of stock, waiting for a shipment the day I stopped.

I am going to try your pizza crust recipe for certain when I can round up the ingredients. I still have about 6 of the crusts I have been using which are vacuum packed in the freezer.

I doubt I would like Bob's Red Mill either as I am not really into garbanzo beans. I have eaten them in salads, but they taste like chalk to me! :lol:

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I came home and was going through my gluten free recipes and all sofa started to move, then all cabinets were shaking too. I just witness my first eartquake. It was long just about 30 seconds, but I was scared.

Wow!

Provably I will make Braidable Challah bread from Better Batter gluten free flour today.

http://betterbatter.org/braidable-challah

I don't have this flour, but I checked ingredients and I will try to make this mix myself.

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Well I am bringing this thread back to life!

Sylvia,.....I tried your pizza crust recipe after I finally rounded up the ingredients.

While it didn't taste like the little NY style place I used to go, I was impressed for certain! :D

I actually preferred it to the crusts I have been buying in all honesty. That is some sticky goo though when it comes out of the mixer! :lol:

Simona,......thanks for your recipes as well.

I have saved them but have not tried them yet.

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Glad you had success with that pizza crust, Marc! Yes, it is indeed sticky. I've found it works better to just use wet fingertips to spread the batter rather than olive oil. What kind of toppings did you put on it? If you added veggies,did you saut

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