Re Millet Bread Recipe: from Maggie Anne on 2009-01-21
First off I'm not an expert by any strech of the imagination, but I have a dairy allergy myself (not to be confused with lactose intolerent). I've had it my whole life (the doc realized it when I was only one week old and could not hold down reg. formula) Tho I continued to have dairy (in moderation of course) I am now 18 and I still have the allergy actually it has become worse. So I'm not so sure that exposing her to dairy is such a good idea. Now I'm not deathly allergic to milk ect. but in the last few years I have found that I cannot handle it at all without upseting my stomach a lot... I don't know but thats just my opinion. Also I don't see that nuts were mentioned. Can she tolerate almond milk?? I would just hate her to be unconfortable for the sake of her possibly becoming imune. B/c I was told he same thing and it did not work....
Also I was reserching this for my mom who is on a strict vegan wheat free diet (she has cancer and we are told that wheat is highly acidic) and is there a natural product I can use in place of eggs in bread that will act as the "glue" like eggs usually do?? (oh and she is also not allowed to have corn! Ahhhh!)
Many thanks for all of the post on this site, they have been immensely helpful!!!!
Thanks Maggie Anne (usa
Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from susan on 2009-03-26
My celiac daughter and I bought a loaf of Deland's Millet Zucchini bread today in a local health food store. As we had never had it before, we checked the ingredients and i made her a sandwich for lunch. As others on this website have experienced, within 5 hours she became extremely ill. I feel it is against the law (as well as morally unethical) to have in VERY small print "contains wheat, gluten or yeast" when NONE of those ingredients are listed. The only ingredients listed are all GF. Cross contamination can allow a label to say that it was processed in such a facility, but that is not what they are saying. And, in fact, they don't use wheat in their facility so the only cross contamination would be with oats, which many celiacs can tolerate. The degree of sickness which she is experiencing is much more than cross contamination. We have contacted the FDA and hope that others will do so as well
Bread Recipe: from Tony Simons on 2009-10-24
My 17-year-old daughter Vanessa has just been diagnosed as coeliac. We do have a panasonic breadmaker 260 (and a regular oven if need be), and I would be grateful for any recipes you have. As we live in Kenya we can get some gluten-free flours but not a wide selection.
Re Millet Bread Recipe: from Joey on 2010-03-10
Hi Rendi, here's a recipe that might work for your daughter. I grind the grain and nuts in my high-powered blender. If you don't have one, you can probably use a food processor.
Millet Muffins yield app. 1 dozen
1 cup coconut or nut meal / flour
1 cup millet flour
2 tsp baking powder, gf
1 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp baking soda
blend above together in bowl. (I make the entire batter in my blender. I put all dry ingredients in and pulse until flour consistency. Then I add the wet, blend everything together and pour the batter right into the muffin tins.)
3 -4 egg yolks ( I use 2 whole eggs. You can try substituting arrowroot or flax meal mixed with water as an egg replacement, but I haven't tried that yet.)
3 tbsp pure maple syrup
2/3 cup almond milk or coconut milk mixed with 1/2 tsp raw apple cider vinegar
1 1/2 tbsp olive oil or grapeseed oil
1/2 cup grated carrot, zucchini or yellow squash (optional)
or 1/2 cup applesauce or fruit or veggie puree
Mix wet ingredients in large bowl. Add dry mix. Stir. Scoop into paper-lined muffin tins. Bake in a preheated oven 375 for about 15 -20 minutes or until tops are nicely browned an a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
Remove from pans and cool.
Re Millet Bread Recipe: from Laura on 2010-04-03
No estados unidos, ja temos macaroni feito do arroz, y otros GF indredientes. Como eu tenho entendido, "millet" nao ten 'gluten' pero muchas veces los productos feito de 'millet' estao cross-contaminado porque estao cocinado en fabricas que faz productos que contem gluten.
Boa sorte com sue projecto,
bread recipe: from Barbara Martindale on 2010-05-04
I also have a panasonicSD253 breadmaker and would really appreciate some gluten free recipes for it as I cannot have gluten. Thanks Barbara
Gluten Free and Yeast Free Bread Recipes: from Krista Catlow on 2010-05-10
Would you mind emailing me the recipes you have for yeast free and gluten free bread. I too have the SD253 and am struggling to find any recipes that produce good quality bread.
Many many thanks for the offer,
Re Millet Bread Recipe: from victoria on 2010-05-26
I have celiac disease.............gluten and wheat allergy. I bought Samis millet and banana nut bread today.....had one slice.....3 hours later I was vomiting in a parking lot....the nausea and vomiting was very sudden........I became nau seous, and 30 minutes or less later very sick. I ate the bread at 230, and 3 hours later became sick. The same exact thing happend to me about a year ago,, timing the same. I have attributed this to Sami's millet bread. Even though the contents don not include wheat or gluten.........it IS NOT made in a wheat free bakery. Says on the label contains traces of wheat, nuts, etc.........This concerns me........a "trace" of wheat has never caused vomiting........hmmmmmmmm
Bread Recipe: from Doris Phillips on 2010-06-07
Would it be possible to email me a recipe for making bread in a bread maker which is gluten free and yeast free, please?
I have just been given a breadmaker as a gift!
Yeast Free Bread Recipes: from ariadna on 2010-06-10
hi, I'm looking for help. I have yeast intolerance and I've recently bought a bread machine to do my own yeast free bread. I've tried the few recipes I've found, but all have had unsuccessful results. Does anyone here have some they can share?? I would really really appreciate it.