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Buckwheat Artisan Bread (gluten free, no dairy, no gum)

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Gluten free bread without any added starches. Buckwheat Artisan Bread was designed to be baked as a free-form loaf.

This recipe is part of a new range of Artisan Style gluten free bread recipes. There are no added starches, no tapioca, no white rice flour, no potato starch or corn starch. The only flour in this bread is buckwheat flour. There are no gums or industrial cellulose products in this bread. Only a little bakers yeast is used - a small fraction of what is used in a conventional loaf of regular or gluten free bread. The bread has a close texture, but it is flexible. It is not crumbly and heavy.

The heart of this recipe is technique: a simple set of techniques, clearly set out in the instructions. This recipe takes a little longer to make, but the "hands on" time is still short. The dough requires a little kneading, time to ferment and time to proof.

This recipe helps you make a light and light and tasty free-form loaf that will grace your table, and delight you senses. You can enjoy sharing this with family and friends, enjoying the moment. No need to fear that moment where others tentatively taste crumbs (everyone knows gluten free bread is usually dreadful!) Serve these and they will be back for more!

This is an easy recipe for gluten free bread that tastes and feels right.

All my recipes use ingredients that are readily available in supermarkets and health food stores.

To see the general list of ingredients select "Show item details" on this page.

Measurements are given as weights (grams) and volumes (cups and spoons).

This bread can be used for 2 or 3 days without freezing, and without losing its taste or texture; but who would want to leave it alone for that long?

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This recipe uses: baker's yeast., chia seed, psyllium husk

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Gluten free bread without any added starches. Buckwheat Artisan Bread was designed to be baked as a free-form loaf.

This recipe is part of a new range of Artisan Style gluten free bread recipes. There are no added starches, no tapioca, no white rice flour, no potato starch or corn starch. The only flour in this bread is buckwheat flour. There are no gums or industrial cellulose products in this bread. Only a little bakers yeast is used - a small fraction of what is used in a conventional loaf of regular or gluten free bread. The bread has a close texture, but it is flexible. It is not crumbly and heavy.

The heart of this recipe is technique: a simple set of techniques, clearly set out in the instructions. This recipe takes a little longer to make, but the "hands on" time is still short. The dough requires a little kneading, time to ferment and time to proof.

This recipe helps you make a light and light and tasty free-form loaf that will grace your table, and delight you senses. You can enjoy sharing this with family and friends, enjoying the moment. No need to fear that moment where others tentatively taste crumbs (everyone knows gluten free bread is usually dreadful!) Serve these and they will be back for more!

This is an easy recipe for gluten free bread that tastes and feels right.

All my recipes use ingredients that are readily available in supermarkets and health food stores.

To see the general list of ingredients select "Show item details" on this page.

Measurements are given as weights (grams) and volumes (cups and spoons).

This bread can be used for 2 or 3 days without freezing, and without losing its taste or texture; but who would want to leave it alone for that long?

# # # Please read this:

Allergy information:
This recipe uses: baker's yeast., chia seed, psyllium husk

Copyright:
All copies of recipes offered for sale at RecipesforLiving.etsy.com are my own work and the copyright for each recipe is owned by me. All copies of my recipes are provided as PDF documents.

What you receive:
A copy of the recipe in PDF file format will be available to download. You'll be able to download the file as soon as your payment has been confirmed. You will receive an email that contains a link to download the recipe file.

Usage:
Copies of my recipes are sold for home use. For commercial use please contact me to discuss licensing arrangements.
Please do not offer my recipes for sale. Please do not publish my recipes in any format without my written permission.

Refunds:
Please be aware that PDF downloads are not eligible for return or refund.

If you have questions or concerns about a recipe, please contact me.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(142)
Reviewed by Beth
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 19, 2017
Haven't had a chance to make this yet but recipe looks very easy to follow and I look forward to trying it! For someone allergic to both wheat/gluten and yeast it's great to find a recipe without either.
Millet Soda Bread (gluten free, yeast free, dairy free, egg free, sugar free, gum free)

Reviewed by Cindy

Reviewed by Cindy

Reviewed by Jennifer Richter
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 17, 2017
Haven't made it yet but the recipe seems like it'll be great!
Sweet Pastry (gluten free)

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