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Christine

Christine is a wife, mom and lover of good food. When she's not on Facebook or Pinterest, you can find her in her kitchen, experimenting for more gluten-free-bread.org recipes!

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11 Comments

  1. 1

    Ann

    This bread looks wonderful but, I am allergic to Psyllium. What can I replace it with? So sad.

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    1. 1.1

      C.J. Brady

      Hi Ann,

      Thanks for asking – no worries, try some golden flax seed instead.

      It’ll be a very similar result!

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  2. 2

    Mary Micallef

    Hi can I please use only psyllium hush because I do not like xanthan gum and can I bake it into a normal bread tin because I do not have a perforated French bread tin.
    Thank you for everything.
    Mary

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      Christine

      Hi Mary,

      Thanks for asking.

      I have not made it without the xanthan gum, so I can’t say for certain what the results will be.

      You could use a different pan, but you’ll have to break it up into probably 4 loaf pans because the recipe makes a lot of batter!

      Hope that helps.

      Christine

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        Mary Micallef

        bellevoir@ hotmail.com

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      Mary

      Thank you very much
      Mary

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  3. 3

    Linda Tanzini

    I asked a question earlier but it wasn’,t posted and has disappeared. Just wondering why the batter doesn’,t push through holes, had a problem with pizza using a pan with holes, thanks

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    1. 3.1

      Christine

      Hi Linda,

      Apologies – I did not see it the first time!

      The batter is thick enough that it doesn’t seep through – plus the holes are really very small.

      Not sure about the pizza, but this batter definitely won’t go through the holes.

      Hope that helps!

      Christine

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  4. 4

    Sharon

    What would you recommend to replace the corn meal? That’s a no-no for me, as is Flax. Doggone it. I LOVE corn and flaxseeds!

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    1. 4.1

      Christine

      Hi Sharon,

      Bummer!

      Well, really you can leave off the cornmeal – it is characteristic of this style of loaf, but it’s ok if you just spray the pans with cooking spray.

      Hope that helps!

      Christine

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      Terry

      I have used coarsely ground millet in place of the cornmeal and it works great!

      Reply

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