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Gluten Free Vegan Bread Machine Success?

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So, I'd like to make bread in my partner's Toastmaster bread machine and I'm feeling really overwhelmed. I am vegan and wondering if anyone has had success substituting for eggs while using Bob's Red Mill Wonderful Bread Mix. It says to follow manufacturer's instructions for substituting eggs, but there are no non-egg substitutes in the manual, just carton eggs substituted for fresh. If it was whole eggs, I'd just try using ground chia or flax seeds. But it wants a whole egg plus 3/4 cup of egg whites, and I have no idea how much that would be. If anyone else has had success with substituting using this mix, I'd love to piggyback off that! :)

 

Also, does anyone know what size loaf this mix makes? It's not on the package. (I'll call them if I have to, but figured I'd ask with my other questions here first.)

 

Lastly, does this really cook on the regular and not gluten free setting?

 

Yes, I've searched the forums, but not found these specific answers. Help, please.

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Well, I figured out the loaf size anyway. If it had been written any bigger it would have bitten me. Still no idea about the eggs though (and dubious about the cycle).

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Here's a link showing "cups" vs. eggs:

 

http://whatscookingamerica.net/Eggs/EggEquivalent.htm

 

But, 1 egg, plus 1/2 cup egg whites is a lot.  I'd just just whole eggs or an egg replacer (for vegan or allergies).  Not sure about the bread maichine.  It does a lot of kneading and gluten free bread doesn't require a lot of kneading.  It bakes more like t a quick bread (e.g. banana bread).  It might be easier just to hand mix it.  

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I am not sure about the eggs, but I have a couple of gluten free bread recipes that cook on the regular cycle, instead of the gluten free.  I think I would go by whatever the manufacturer said on the box.

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I am not sure about the eggs, but I have a couple of gluten free bread recipes that cook on the regular cycle, instead of the gluten free.  I think I would go by whatever the manufacturer said on the box.

Thanks, that's good to know.

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