GFCF bread recipe / for breadmaker, please

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kiwimelon
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GFCF bread recipe / for breadmaker, please

Postby kiwimelon » Sat Jan 02, 2010 3:28 pm

At last, we are getting a breadmaker (Panasonic SD-YD250), to make GF-CF-SF bread for our child. I saw various recipes for it, on the Internet and in the GFCF recipe book that we have. I also heard from other parents that you really need to tweak the recipe with many trial-and-errors, to get to really nice fluffy GFCF bread in your particular machine. Which recipe exactly works for you ??
A friend recommended a mixture of Tapioca flour with Garbanzos flour, at a certain ratio, so I am also asking which flour(s) you found best for making GFCF bread in bread-maker, to receive a fluffy bread, and not brick-hard heavy bread.

danniah
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Re: GFCF bread recipe / for breadmaker, please

Postby danniah » Sat Jan 02, 2010 3:33 pm

This isn't a recipe, but we use the green label Breads from Anna in our breadmaker and it is really fantastic. Soft, slices easily, tastes like multigrain and doesn't need toasting. Everyone at the company is on a diet. Rosie, I believe, is recovering her son from ASD. They are super helpful and have special info on their site for specific breadmakers.

FuzzyOne
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Re: GFCF bread recipe / for breadmaker, please

Postby FuzzyOne » Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:53 pm

i have had incredible luck with bob's red mill bread mixes in our bread machine. they are actually the best GFCF breads i have had to date. they are really simple to make in a bread machine and freeze very well. i do recommend freezing them unless you are going to eat them very quickly as they mold easily (no preservatives) even in the refrigerator.

liftersgal
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Re: GFCF bread recipe / for breadmaker, please

Postby liftersgal » Wed Apr 07, 2010 9:46 pm

Bob's Red Mill Homemade Wonderful Bread brand is good. It actually tastes good. The rest of us like to eat it too.


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