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Bread Collection 1 (gluten free and dairy free bread)

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"Recipes for Living - Bread Collection 1" contains 4 recipes for gluten and dairy free bread:

Chia and Poppy Seed Bread
Buckwheat & Honey Bread
Fruit Loaf
Plain Bread

This collection also includes notes on my gluten free flour mixes. All four recipes make dough that can be worked and shaped into rolls, knots and plaits.

So many gluten free breads are no fun to eat. They promise much but deliver little!
When my first Chia & Poppy Seed Bread came out of the oven I was so excited to have baked bread that had a real crust, smelled like bread, tasted like bread and had the texture of a good wholemeal bread.

I used to bake wheaten bread and I loved baking for friends and family. When some of us became gluten intolerant we missed home made bread. Many of the available gluten free bread mixes and recipes resulted in loaves that gave no joy! So, I set myself the challenge of creating a range of gluten free breads and other gluten free foods that were a joy to eat, and that anyone would find tasty and pleasant to eat. All my recipes have to pass the taste tests set by my children and my wife. Anything that fails is consigned to history!

These recipes are easy recipes to use. I tried them out with some senior High School students and they produced wonderful bread! They all agreed that this bread tastes and feels like real bread.

All my recipes use ingredients that are readily available in supermarkets and health food stores. I do not use gums in my recipes - they work very well without gums!

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?

All my recipes are emailed as PDF documents. If your printer supports "booklet printing" you can easily produce a neat booklet for your recipe shelf, or, if you prefer save it to your bookshelf in your iPad or tablet.


# # # Please read this:

Allergy information:
These recipes use:
* Chia and Poppy Seed Bread: baker's yeast, chia seed, poppy seed, flax seed, corn, psyllium husk
* Buckwheat & Honey Bread: baker's yeast, eggs, flax seeds, psyllium husks
* Fruit Loaf: baker's yeast, corn, eggs, flax seeds, cinnamon/ spices, psyllium husks
* Plain Bread: baker's yeast, corn, eggs, flax seeds, psyllium husks

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. Recipes and photographs are copyright protected.

What you receive:
All copies of my recipes are provided as PDF documents.
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.
"Recipes for Living - Bread Collection 1" contains 4 recipes for gluten and dairy free bread:

Chia and Poppy Seed Bread
Buckwheat & Honey Bread
Fruit Loaf
Plain Bread

This collection also includes notes on my gluten free flour mixes. All four recipes make dough that can be worked and shaped into rolls, knots and plaits.

So many gluten free breads are no fun to eat. They promise much but deliver little!
When my first Chia & Poppy Seed Bread came out of the oven I was so excited to have baked bread that had a real crust, smelled like bread, tasted like bread and had the texture of a good wholemeal bread.

I used to bake wheaten bread and I loved baking for friends and family. When some of us became gluten intolerant we missed home made bread. Many of the available gluten free bread mixes and recipes resulted in loaves that gave no joy! So, I set myself the challenge of creating a range of gluten free breads and other gluten free foods that were a joy to eat, and that anyone would find tasty and pleasant to eat. All my recipes have to pass the taste tests set by my children and my wife. Anything that fails is consigned to history!

These recipes are easy recipes to use. I tried them out with some senior High School students and they produced wonderful bread! They all agreed that this bread tastes and feels like real bread.

All my recipes use ingredients that are readily available in supermarkets and health food stores. I do not use gums in my recipes - they work very well without gums!

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?

All my recipes are emailed as PDF documents. If your printer supports "booklet printing" you can easily produce a neat booklet for your recipe shelf, or, if you prefer save it to your bookshelf in your iPad or tablet.


# # # Please read this:

Allergy information:
These recipes use:
* Chia and Poppy Seed Bread: baker's yeast, chia seed, poppy seed, flax seed, corn, psyllium husk
* Buckwheat & Honey Bread: baker's yeast, eggs, flax seeds, psyllium husks
* Fruit Loaf: baker's yeast, corn, eggs, flax seeds, cinnamon/ spices, psyllium husks
* Plain Bread: baker's yeast, corn, eggs, flax seeds, psyllium husks

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. Recipes and photographs are copyright protected.

What you receive:
All copies of my recipes are provided as PDF documents.
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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