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Day 145 of our Green Year: Choosing Brown Bread over White Bread by Craig and Layla B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:05am A few days ago, we decided to choose only to have brown rice instead of white rice, which we found to be better for ourselves and the environment. Today, we have decided to do the same with bread, choosing to only buy cornmeal or wholewheat flour, instead of white flour for when we make bread from home, as we committed to doing on Day 49. Whi ... Read on »
I purchased this bread mix from ... by Karen .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:07pm I purchased this bread mix from my local grocery store. It is priced at $4.89 for a 22 ounce box, and includes a yeast packet. To make the bread, you need to add water, oil and eggs. I mixed this in my Kitchen Aid mixer with no problems (there is a bread machine version, but I have not tried it yet). Speading the glue-ey mixture into ... Read on »
Our Favorite Bread Machine for Gluten Free Breads and a Recipe for Brown Bread for your Bread Machine by Jamie Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 May 2013 12:00am There are numerous options when it comes to store bought gluten free bread, but none of them compare to a warm loaf of gluten free bread that you bake fresh in your own home.  If you are thinking of purchasing a new bread machine to cook gluten free bread then purchase one with a gluten free cy ... Read on »
Gluten Free Brown Bread Recipe by Jamie Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:23pm Finally we have a winner in our gluten free bread recipe competition.  We have tried a lot of different recipes (some successful, others complete failures) and have learned a lot along the way.  Mostly we have gained confidence and understanding of different flours.  In the end, most Gluten Free bread recipes are variations on a common theme but ... Read on »
Katz Gluten Free Breads - Whole Grain, Challah & White (gluten free, dairy free, kosher) by Karen .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 25 Apr 2009 11:11pm My reviews have been a  bit sparse this month, more so than usual I think. We have enjoyed spring break and the warmer weather this week. My children and I have been planting a garden, running in the sprinklers and enjoying the first Popsicles of the season. Today, a gloomy, cloudy day, has drawn us inside for playtime with friends and endles ... Read on »
My Favorite Gluten Free Sandwich Bread by Carrie Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Jun 2008 4:08pm When I first started a gluten free lifestyle last summer, the thought of making homemade bread scared me. So for several months on our rare trips to Raleigh, NC (the closest town with a store that actually had a gluten free foods section) I would stock up on frozen gluten free sandwich bread. I quickly realized that there had to be a better way. ... Read on »
My Favorite Gluten Free Sandwich Bread by Carrie Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:59pm When I first started a gluten free lifestyle last summer, the thought of making homemade bread scared me. So for several months on our rare trips to Raleigh, NC (the closest town with a store that actually had a gluten free foods section) I would stock up on frozen gluten free sandwich bread. I quickly realized that there had to be ... Read on »
Inside a German Bakery: Multigrain Spelt Wholemeal Bread by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:33pm Now that you have met my baker and his family, let me show you around some of his delicious products. Every other week I will feature one bread, roll or pastry from Herr Becker's lovely bakery. There are so many to show you I just was not sure which one to start with. After sorting through my pictures I finally decided on this one - a Multig ... Read on »
Banana Bread: Baking, I Knead It by Live For the Run Posted Tue 08 Nov 2011 5:49am Let’s take a break from our regular fit schedule and get in the kitchen! I love to bake and cook, but baking is where I excel. Moving to England has put a damper on my baking prowess, partly because it is incredibly hard finding the ingredients I enjoyed back in the states and also because my precious Cephalon baking sheet will not fit in the ... Read on »
Boston Brown Bread by Abby White Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:02pm Good Evening! I hope everyone had a great Friday.  I am so excited for the weekend!  We don't have a whole lot planned except for a trip to Book People on Sunday, October 11th where Chef John Besh will be doing a book signing gig for his new cookbook My New Orleans: The Cookbook.  It is a gorgeous cookbook and we held off purchasing it  becaus ... Read on »