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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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13 Comments

  1. 1

    Deb

    They look yummy. But, I cannot have xanthan gum. Is there a substitute?

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    1. 1.1

      C.J. Brady

      Hi Deb,

      Thanks for asking.

      I do have some substitutes, in this article: https://gluten-free-bread.org/how-to-make-gluten-free-bread-without-xanthan-gum

      I’d recommend trying the chia seed/golden flax meal version.

      Hope that helps!

      Reply
  2. 2

    Robert Marsh

    The recipe refers to instant yeast. Is this brewers yeast or nutritional yeast or something completely different?

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    1. 2.1

      C.J. Brady

      Hi Robert,

      Thanks for asking!

      This is Fleischmann’s Instant yeast.

      Hope that helps!

      Reply
  3. 3

    Augustine

    Hello Christine. It’s really helpful to see your exact quantities for replacing Xanthum Gum which as you say isn’t great for those of us with IBD, Dysbiosis or any other gut problem. And here( half way up a mountain in Wales, UK) GF isn’t really mainstream. All the ready mixed GF flours have Xantham and also potato – can be an irritant as its a Nightshade. I’ve just been looking at your Slow Cooked Cookbook and wondered if there is a code I could use when I buy it, to get the bundle you offer in the US? Or a PDF maybe?
    I think your website is really helpful as I have bought about a dozen books on GF baking with promises of bread recipes, and so many of them are quite secretive and suggest you experiment with different mixes but not real recipe as such. This can result in expensive mistakes which isn’t what you need when you’re struggling with GF baking. I’ve cooked for decades, even had my own restaurant for a few years so I’ve made more bread than I can remember – but GF is a totally different world and it’s very reassuring to find exact amounts etc plus photos of the process. You’ve done a really good job. If I had the pull, I’d get you an invite to Harry’s wedding 😀 !
    I’ll post when I get my flour mix right . Happy New Year.

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    1. 3.1

      C.J. Brady

      Hi Augustine,

      Thanks for the kind words – wedding invite would be nice! 😉

      As for the cookbook – the entire book is a pdf, so when you buy it, it is downloadable. Every bonus is a pdf as well.

      Hope that helps!

      Let me know if you have any questions.

      Thanks!

      Reply
  4. 4

    Julie

    Hi! I’m very interested in this recipe and was wondering if you can just use a gluten free all purpose flour?

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    1. 4.1

      C.J. Brady

      Hi Julie,

      Thanks for the question!

      So you might be able to, I just haven’t used any other mixes besides the one I created. The light flour mix I use has a super, well balanced combination of flours and starches. It would be a gamble on the all purpose one.

      Hope that helps! Let me know if you try it.

      Reply
  5. 5

    Robert Marsh

    I live in Thailand and am unable to purchase sorghum flour. Is there an alternative?

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    1. 5.1

      C.J. Brady

      Hi Robert,

      Thanks for asking. If you can’t find sorghum, either oat flour or amaranth flour would be alternatives.

      Hope that helps!

      Reply
  6. 6

    Robert Marsh

    Can you advise a substitute for sorghum flour? I live in Thailand and am unable to find it on sale.

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    1. 6.1

      Robert Marsh

      Thanks very much.

      Reply
  7. 7

    Robert Marsh

    Sorry for asking the question twice!

    Reply

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