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    Default Gluten Free bread in bread machine

    Hi Ladies

    Hoping someone can help me. I'm trying to make gluten free bread in the bread maker and whilst it's working they all taste horrendous!!

    I've bought some plain gluten free flour mix, and some xantham gum - can I just substitute the flour for normal flour and add the gum?

    I'm not gluten intolerant only trying to eliminate wheat but you seem to have to go gluten free when it comes to bread (can't have any wheat for 2 months) so looking for a decent recipe for the bread machine if anyone has one.

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    I didn't make it from scratch but found playing around with easy bakers special white and multigrain pre mixes were the best in the breadmaker. You can get it from the health food section at Woolies.

    My breadmaker is broken now and I just buy my bread from a gluten free bakery. Much better than supearmarket bread.

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    I love this GF Wrap Sandwich Success its not made in a bread maker but so tasty. Also works well as a pizza base too
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    I can highly recommend that you get in touch with MARG AND MAREE"S

    They stock bread mixes to suit all allergy sufferers...and people just wanting to avoid wheat, they have an online store that stocks everything you need to master a perfect loaf and will send it to you..give them a call and ask for some recommendations over the phone. They will also be able to give you some recipes for their products.
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    I do have a recipe, it makes a wholegrain loaf but it does require a trip to an indian supermarket for teff and buckwheat. You game?

    GF bread will never taste anything like gluten bread and by the way it's the gum and soy flour making things taste terrible. Ditch the gum and use a tablespoon of Chia seeds to the flour and a tablespoon of Linseed meal soaked in 60ml of boiling water, added to the water, instead.
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    I make bread in a loaf tin, in the oven, using Basco GF Bread Mix.
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