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Emily Moore

E. G. Moore is a freelancer and ghostwriter specializing in the health and wellness niche. She’s been featured on xojane.com, and her essay Wearing Teresa’s Boots is scheduled to be published in Hope Paige’s Anthology on Loss in 2015. Please check out her website: www.emilygmoorewriter.blogspot.com.

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10 Comments

  1. 1

    Dany

    Hi there, in the above recipe for moist gluten free bread machine bread you refer to, in the directions, “sugar” as being part of the ingredients. Did you mean “salt”? As I can’t see any sugar in the list of ingredients.

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      Emily Moore

      Thanks for noticing and asking! It should be honey, not sugar. Also, its 2 cups of lukewarm water. I’m logging in to make the corrections now. We appreciate your comments so we can correct these mistakes.

      Reply
  2. 2

    phoebegrant

    Can this loaf be made without using buttermilk powder? It is difficult to source this in the UK. Thanks.

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      Emily Moore

      Yes. If its available, use powdered milk or use one less egg and substitute 1/2 cup regular milk for it.

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  3. 3

    Soba

    How can this be cooked in the oven?

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      Emily Moore

      The recipe says to put it in the bread machine, but I don’t see why not. I’d probably bake it similarly to other sandwich bread recipes here on gluten-free-bread.org. If you try it out in the oven, please come back and tell us how it went.

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    Barbara

    As I was reading the ingredients list, I thought something was missing. Your directions mentioned adding the yeast. That’s the ingredient missing in your ingredients list. How much yeast? Is instant yeast ok?

    I, too, would probably bake this in the oven to get a better crust. since I started living gluten-free, I’ve pretty well retired my bread machine!

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      C.J. Brady

      Hi Barbara,

      Sorry it took us so long to respond!

      So yes, you are right, yeast was missing. I’ve updated the recipe and now it includes the correct amounts.

      Basically, it’s 2 Tbls. of dry yeast.

      So very sorry about all the confusion.

      Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you!

      ~CJ

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  5. 5

    Cathy

    Can I just use liquid buttermilk instead of warm water in this recipe. It looks yoummy!

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      C.J. Brady

      Hi Cathy,

      Yes, definitely! I use the powder because I had it on hand, but replacing the powder and the water with real buttermilk would work great!

      Thanks for asking.

      Christine

      Reply

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