Category Archives: gluten free

love when a plan comes together

Was so excited about how well the GF pizza crust yesterday came out; how nicely the dough rose, decided to try making english style muffins today.  again, unmeasured sourdough starter, unmeasured GF flour with flax, warm water to give me … Continue reading

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not bread

While I’ve given up on the idea of making a good gluten free bread (either yeast or sourdough) , along the way discovered the recipe made a great pizza crust.  So this morning did exactly that.  We had one of … Continue reading

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its over!

What is likely my last attempt at making a Gluten Free sourdough bread.  have other  gf recipes for using sourdough starter, and can use it for making wheat bread.  makes a great pizza crust.  but bread?  has been a no … Continue reading

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GF sourdough bread, penultimate try

First, this is the gluten free sourdough bread recipe I’m using.  and now understand why so many GF bread recipes use eggs!!   Did everything right, know I did.  Step by step, SLOOOWWWLLLLYYYYY.  I’ve got one more thing to try and … Continue reading

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sourdough success–sort of

this is the recipe I’m starting from for regular sourdough bread (wheat flour)  https://pinchmysalt.com/how-to-make-sourdough-bread/ and this is what I did, and what I learned: 1. x amount of sourdough starter will only be enough to make y amount of flour … Continue reading

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Bread – again

Recovered my sourdough starter from the bit that had been in the fridge.  Used Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 flour mix to keep it going until my order for BRM brown rice flour arrived.  It was bubbling along nicely, … Continue reading

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Gluten free bread experiments

So while I’m trying to figure out my sourdough starter, back to working on a gluten free yeast bread.  Because it wasn’t cooking through decided to go for small rather than big The recipe is simple flour, water, salt, yeast … Continue reading

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brown rice flour vs brown rice flour

Have just had to dump my sourdough starter.  and am not sure my reserve starter that’s in the fridge is going to be any good, and I think its the brown rice flour that I’ve been using to feed it. … Continue reading

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more sourdough–again!

Like everyone else working on sourdough baking, the experiments and learning just go on and on!!  1. you will use a lot of flour keeping your sourdough alive.  If you are keeping it on the counter as I am, to … Continue reading

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GF soudough pizza

couldn’t wait, had to try it Added onion, garlic and parmesan for the crust, but it still needed salt.  Basic crust was allowed to rise for 6 hours, then 20 minutes at 375F.  Another 10 minutes would not have hurt … Continue reading

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