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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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    jane

    Hi there, I just followed this ‘super easy’ recipe and it was a disaster 🙁 the only thing i substituted was the sweet rice flour with wholemeal rice flour. while the yeast rose and those in the pan rose in the 30 mins but they turned out to be horrible and flat LOL. my first attempt, I’m sure it was my fault but any chance we can have step by step photos or video? thx jj

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      C.J. Brady

      Hi Jane,

      I’m so sorry to hear!

      I will work on getting something together for you!

      ~Christine

      Reply
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    Holly

    Hi, I have been pouring over your wonderful recipes and can’t wait to try some of them. I was wondering though, I can’t have dairy – so no butter – can I sub coconut oil for the butter or would something else be better. Thanks

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      C.J. Brady

      Hi Holly,

      I’m working on some dairy free articles right now!

      Although I haven’t tried coconut oil in all my recipes, its done pretty well with most everything I’ve tried it in.

      For keeping it dairy free, coconut oil would be my first choice 🙂

      Let me know how it goes!

      Reply
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    Wayne

    Another disaster story here – so tired of trying to make decent GF bread for my son… They did rise in proving but failed to rise – in fact collapsed in the oven, failed to cook through evenly, failed to come out of muffin tin and failed the taste test with a very distinct after taste… after assuming it was my fault I went again and the results were the same… 🙁

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      C.J. Brady

      Hi Wayne,

      Sorry for the late response here – I was traveling the past couple days.

      So I’m sorry to hear they did not turn out. I went through the recipe again, considering your results – was the yeast fresh? That’s one of the things I can see that would make a difference.

      Did you use a substitute for the xanthan gum?

      Lots of questions, but just trying to see what might be the issue.

      Let me know!

      Reply

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