Posted on June 28, 2012 by luganoa
My demonstration on how I make bread. I made this in response to jackospacko’s bread making vid but he took it down so I’ll go solo on this. No true recipe here, I just proportion the ingredients as I see fit and I haven’t had a bad loaf.
Tags: Baking, Bread, Bread Baking, Free, Free Bread, Free Demonstration, Gluten, Gluten Free, Proportion, True Recipe
Sounds like a good learning video for? gluten free diet options. Please subscibe to my channel for more links to this subject.
Found this looking for another rice bread recipe. Thank you much, brand new to wheat free and am not impressed with most of the flours? available. Exploring ways to ‘mill’ my own. In the mean time, looking forward to trying this one. By the way, do you happen to know anything about the rice bread recipe that calls for soaking rice over night before blending it? Thanks again, have a good one…Leslie
Great video keep up the? good work.
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I tried a glutenfree recipe using a bread machine: 1/2 cup goat milk + 1 egg + 2.25 cups chia flour + 1.5 tb stevia, kerrygold butter, 1tsp salt + 0.5 pkt Red Star Active Yeast
Unfortunately, it failed to rise, and looked like rabbit droppings! I’m thinking that all the milk was quickly absorbed by the chia flour powder causing it? to be too dry and not mix properly in the bread machine.
Should I double? the milk/yeast? If it works, I plan to ultimately add .3 cup mashed purple sweet potato!
Thanks. I like experimenting with different ingredients? and I hope you do too. I have been trying active yeast and letting the dough rise for about 4 hours. It turn out a little bit lighter. Also, I have found to powdery rice flour that is not as course as mine and have been using about a cup to substitute for the rice I mill.
I? really like this video – I have tried some ready made gluten free flour for bread, but I don’t like the taste of it, as it’s mostly chick peas and beans and it doesn’t rise very well. Thanks – I will try some of these tips.
This is a great video on gf bread making! I wanted to recommend an awesome all purpose gluten free flour blend if you don’t have time to supplement like in the video. Dakota Prairie, a new gluten free facility that is dedicated and certified is now selling 3 different blends that are all awesome! They have white, millet? blend and one with sorghum and all three make great bread. Check them out with a google search of dakota Prairie
@ldj15cs, Many people actually have a food intolerance (or even allergy) to corn products and do not realize it. And today’s wheat is not cultivated in the same same wheat that people were eating 10,000 years ago and could survive upon. You should do some research…read a book entitled ‘Eat Right for Your Type’, which outlines the foods each blood? type should/should not consume. I do not digest things like chicken and corn, and once I cut them out, I felt MUCH better.
@domaro3, Have you looked into using xylitol for your children? It’s an awesome substitute for sugar, comes granulated, and tastes like a sugar, except cleaner because it is all natural. I’ve used it in muffins, pies, cobblers, a few breads (but if making a yeast bread, you still must use a little honey or molasses to activate the yeast), and pretty much everything I’d use sugar in. It’ not cheap? though, so it’s not something you’d use everyday if you were baking in bulk. HTH
sure. try as many substitutes as you wish. you may need to experiment with the ratios to? get a better bread and less of a “cake”. Try more molasses and without honey.
no disrespect in your unwise advise,but i was addressing goldenpizza, not you, i am not the only parent that? have children that are celiac w/ food allergies, my kids eat a more healthier diet than most kids their age, you are entitled to your uninformed opinions but you do not know the history of my children’s health conditions & special issues
seriously what is wrong with you that your kids cannot eat these basic foods- sugar is not good anyway but oats and corn? next thing you’ll be saying that they can’t eat fruit because of the sugar content even though it is perfectly metabolized! You have created these allergies in your kids from over sanitizing their environment! For goodness sake start? re introducing these foods as they have major health benefits and learn how to cook! grrr
i have 3 children that can not have gluten,oats,nuts,corn,sugar,dairy,soy,egg, so you know how very limited i? am in preparing meals for my kids, so my ? to you is can i substitute hemp for the buckwheat to get the a higher protein& since my kids can not have any sugar what can i substitute for the honey? that is if you know any suggests will surely help me be a better cook for my kids since most of the time they refuse to eat my meals i feel very bad that i can not satisfied there taste buds
I like your take on making gf bread. I just started my? own channel for making gf recipes too.
The bread looks yummy. It would probably? work well with our gluten-free crostinis.
Watch our new episode on simple snacks if you’re looking for more Gluten-Free recipes.
This is a good video. We just put a book? out – Bake Your Cake And eat It Too! and gluten-free baking is tricky and definitely requires guidance and practice. Thanks for making this!
There’s a great recipe for gluten-free pizza (as well as tips for? picking out the perfect gluten-free flours) on truthfairytv’s channel and our website. The link can be found on any videos 🙂 Enjoy!!!
I’ve? not used sorghum flour. yes, a little molasses and a little honey
Hey there what do you think of using Sorghum flour? I? am out of buckwheat…
And does this recipe require molasses and honey?
@weeyian94 @weeyian94 Gluten Free Bread DOES NOT REQUIRE Xanthan Gum!
Bread does not have to be identical to Wonder® to be bread. Have you? ever seen artisan breads, or even pumpernickel or rye? You have been programmed and you just cant understand something that does not fit your programming. Pita is a bread too and it’s not fluffy.
Btw, Xanthan Gum is a polysaccharide (organic, like starch) It is produced by fermentation of glucose or sucrose by the Xanthomonas campestris bacterium.
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