Gluten Free Bread That Dosen't Suck
Have you ever tried gluten free baking and been disappointed with the results? Here is a Gluten Free Bread That Dosen't Suck! So many gluten free baked goods are not so good, they become super dense and really quite heavy when you don't have some of the ingredients that normal baking has in it. The stuff they sell in bakeries and in grocery stores is not the best either, even though that seems strange to me because they are getting paid to make good bread. So people who are gluten intolerant or have candida or celiac disease, must venture out and make their own recipes!
Thank goodness for the internet community we all have access to! There are so many people sharing all sorts of different tips and tricks, so it makes it easier for people to follow instructions from some one who has already gone through the trial and error of the process and method. It's great that people share this with others to make other people's lives easier. The recipe here from One Good thing by Jillee, took a lot of research and testing, basically, a kitchen science experiment is what she was doing. She found some advice on the internet, but she basically took matters into her own hands and made her own loaf that doesn't suck.
In this post on her website, she tells us a little bit about the flours she used, and how many other gluten free flours there are out there and how much of a pain it was to figure out which ones worked the best. For people who do have gluten intolerances, this struggle is totally worth it, because the discomfort that eating gluten gives them is so much worse apparently. I would be interested to try out this recipe too, just out of curiosity and because it's always nice to have healthier food options. Head over to 'One Good Thing By Jillee' by following the link in the description below for more!
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