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gluten free sourdough bread

Please describe the type of cuisine. Gluten free sourdough bread Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. One of the difficulties of gluten free bread recipes, even the sourdough ones I have found, is that they incorporate some form of bakers yeast. This is a whole grain sourdough bread recipe I have been working on for the past year. It is a 100% sourdough with no egg, dairy and of course, no gluten. It begins with a pre sponge of gluten free sourdough starter, whole grain flour like teff or buckwheat and a long 12 hour ferment. The final dough has psyllium husk and ground flax seed that I mix with very hot water and let rest until it looks like a set gelatine, then I add the addition of more whole grains like sorghum, oat flour, quinoa and/or millet and blend it all together. I can actually knead this dough, which is so lovely~ having been an avid baker before needing to remove gluten and yeast from my diet, it feels so nice to get my hands into dough again.

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thejackso10545640 made gluten free sourdough bread with:

Secrets of Gluten-Free Baking

Online Class

Secrets of Gluten-Free Baking

with Richard Coppedge Jr.

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Please describe the type of cuisine. Gluten free sourdough bread Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. One of the difficulties of gluten free bread recipes, even the sourdough ones I have found, is that they incorporate some form of bakers yeast. This is a whole grain sourdough bread recipe I have been working on for the past year. It is a 100% sourdough with no egg, dairy and of course, no gluten. It begins with a pre sponge of gluten free sourdough starter, whole grain flour like teff or buckwheat and a long 12 hour ferment. The final dough has psyllium husk and ground flax seed that I mix with very hot water and let rest until it looks like a set gelatine, then I add the addition of more whole grains like sorghum, oat flour, quinoa and/or millet and blend it all together. I can actually knead this dough, which is so lovely~ having been an avid baker before needing to remove gluten and yeast from my diet, it feels so nice to get my hands into dough again.

Q&A with thejackso10545640

katharine3815597 asked:
Is this a recipe from the class, and if not, how do I get this recipe. I have been trying to make a gluten free high fiber sourdough bread and this looks just about right. I would take the class for this alone.
thejackso10545640 answered:
Happy to share the recipe! I know, it is very challenging to get a high fibre and high protein true gluten free sourdough bread, I have a lot of bread crumbs in my freezer from all the experimenting I do :) I have this recipe posted on my food co-op website see: www.hilltopacres.ca and click on recipes. Hope this helps.
bmaurene asked:
@thejackso10545640 - Do you share the actual recipe? I have been working on GF Sourdough recipes for a few months now with varied success and would appreciate a tried and true recipe. Thanks, Maurene White, Montreal
thejackso10545640 answered:
Yes, love to share recipes! I'm just north of Toronto, Maurene :) I share this recipe on our food co-op website www.hilltopacres.ca and click on recipes. You can always email via the website too. Happy to share what I'm learning.