OMG Bread that didnt turn to dust in my tupperware
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Fitness Minutes: (9,220) Posts: 186 12/6/10 6:46 P
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Posts: 456 12/6/10 3:50 P
Here is the flour mix! 1 part white rice flour 1 part potato starch (not flour) 1 part corn starch 1/2 part corn flour 1/2 tapioca flour 4 tsp xanthan gum
I use one cup measurements for me, it is just easier to keep track of the whole 1 of this and 1 of that... enjoy! by the way, the parmesan italian bread was the bomb! I am munching on it right now as a matter of fact! enjoy!
Posts: 456 12/6/10 3:45 P
i hate just smelling the vinegar. I tried it with balsamic vinegar and it was great and i tried red wine vinegar. Also good. I made a cinnamon bread with cinnamon and the vanilla yogurt. It is really good and the one that i used the italian seasoning, parmesan and plain yogurt really did taste good. I brought some for lunch today as a matter of fact. and by the way, i bought a loaf of bread from the local bakery, and i think mine is every bit as good. But i do want to get some buckwheat flour too!
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I wonder if it is the cider vinegar which keeps the bread fresh? Kate
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Posts: 35,915 12/4/10 9:45 P
it sound like a good bread for toast!!
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Fitness Minutes: (9,220) Posts: 186 12/4/10 7:07 P
Thanks Deb. I will be interested in how your revisions turn out. I will have to get the flour mixture before I try I am sure. I used to bake bread all the time. Now I cannot find a recipe that is tasty enough to bother with. Good luck with your revisions! CindyH
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Posts: 456 12/4/10 2:08 P
the recipe calls for her all purpose flour blend, which recipe i don't have with me but will try to post later, you can buy it or try your own blend, or wait until i post that later, 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 1/4 canola oil, 2 Tbs honey, 2 Tbs ground lfax seed meal 1/2 cup very warm water, 1 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt, (dairy or soy) 3 1/4 all purpose flour, 1/2 tsp baking soda, 2 tsp gluten free baking pwoder, pinch of salt, 1 Tbs flax or sesame seeds, 2 !/4 tsp rapid ride or bread machine yeast, 1 tsp granulated sugar
in small bowl add the warm water and flax seed meal and stir, let sit for 5 minutes, add yeast and 1 tsp sugar and stir, let sit for 5 minutes. if not bubbly it means your yeast is dead. try again with alive yeast! (or you can activate the yeast only and use 2 eggs) sift dry ingredients in alrge bowl, then add the wet ingredients, then add the flax yeast mix stir dough with flat dough paddle (mixer is better than by hand, dough is thick) if dough is too thick to form a loaf add a bit more yogurt until you can smooth it with a spatula in a greased bread pan. put any toppings on it you want like seeds or such, the cover with wax paper sprayed with cook spray and let rise in warm place for 30 minutes. only rise to the top of the pan. back in preheated oven at 325 degrees for 35 minutes or until internal tem pf 210. remove to a cooling rack and gently rotate from side to side while cooling. after cooling for 15 minutes take out of pan onto cooling rack for total cool before slicing. does not need to be refrigerated. I am going to make this tonight with eggs, plain yogurt and add italian seasoning and about 1/4 cup of grated parmesan! I think the vanilla yogurt was a bit too sweet for sandwhich other than peanut butter! enjoy! deb
Fitness Minutes: (9,220) Posts: 186 12/4/10 1:49 P
Awesome! Could you post that recipe, or a link to it?
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Posts: 456 12/4/10 12:01 P
Hello everyone! I wanted to tell someone, who actually could appreciate the novelty of this. I made this loaf of bread using the recipe from this lady who wrote the book First Year, (kudos again to GFTraveler). I liked the bread but it was a tad sweet and have intentions this week of tweaking the recipe to get it less sweet and more savory. ANYWAY, I baked that loaf last weekend. Last night, i got up at midnight feeling like i hadn't eaten enough and needed a snack. The loaf of bread, in slices, was in a sealed container on the countertop. It hasn't gone bad, no mold or anything gross, and the slices were still holding together and IT STILL TASTED AWESOME! Of course, being sweet still, it pretty much fit the bill right then. I had been trying to make bread for sandwhiches. so for that slice of turkey and cheese, it didnt work. but for the snack, it was awesome! I really can't believe it. No freezer and no fridge and still good. just had to share! thanks for listening!
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