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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

GF Bread goal, step 1

Some of the steps I've taken recently to reach my goal this week:

1) Found some websites for recipes, getting an idea just how much work it'll take to get a passable loaf of bread going! (example:

2) Went out and got what I figured was as good as possible bread out there, to compare tastes with - "Udi's Gluten Free Whole Grain Bread." It's frozen for freshness, so I toasted a few slices and ate with butter - yum! So.... maybe I can make this work!

3) Went shopping and compared prices for the components I'll need - mixers, bread loaf pans, and even bread machines that do all the work for ya! Work smarter, not harder, eh? ;-)

Next steps - to put together a recipe and schedule time to bake!


  1. You'll be lacking the love in your food if you use a bread machine. The real pleasure in baking is doing it by hand and you have a much better control of everything. Good luck though cuz without gluten, it sure is gonna be sticky! I would advise you to buy some wax paper to handle the dough.

  2. Man, I love eating the bread, not makin' it! ;-)

    Wax paper, check. The recipes I see mention dusting stuff with GF flour to keep the stickiness to a minimum, but I appreciate the warning! Just out of curiosity, what do you attribute the stickiness to?