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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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6 Comments

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    suzan

    Hello,
    thanks for your inspiring recipes …. my question is :
    I am new to gluten free journey, l have only potato starch, corn starch, oats flour, chickpeas flour, brown rice flour and white rice flour…. allergic to xanthan gum and I can’t get the tapioca flour where l do live,, so every recipe l am trying to use is calling for one of these two missing ingredients that l can’t use, so cam ypu help me to make my own GF flour blend that will not be crumbly and easily cracked?

    thanks

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      Christine

      Hi Suzan,

      Thanks for asking.

      So in the flours and starches you listed, you could try making my gluten free bread flour mix, here: https://gluten-free-bread.org/how-to-make-gluten-free-bread-flour-mix

      You’ll have to sub the tapioca flour. In this bread flour mix, I use 5 cups total of starch. Try using 3 of cornstarch and 2 of potato starch.

      In this oatmeal bread recipe, you could replace the tapioca starch with cornstarch and potato starch – just measure to make sure they are 175g.

      Hope this helps!

      Christine

      Reply
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    dave

    I have gf oat flour. So instead of grinding oats, how much oat flour in mix.

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    1. 2.1

      Christine

      Hi Dave,

      It’s the same amount, so 2 cups + 2 Tbsp. oat flour.

      Christine

      Reply
  3. 3

    Annette

    I love this bread. I like it better when I don’t toast the oats. I get a really soft loaf. It reminds me of the soft white bread I can no longer eat. I have just made it adding cinnamon, mixed spice and raisins to make a fruit bread – YUM – could easily be addictive.
    My daughter has a dairy intolerance. Can this bread be made with almond milk instead of dairy?

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      Christine

      Hi Annette,

      So glad you all are enjoying it!

      I think you should have no problem making it dairy free – the taste might be slightly different, but probably only a slight difference.

      Hope that helps!

      Christine

      Reply

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