Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from Jeff on 2010-11-09
the machine is called a proofing oven. It is used in most commercial bread making. The same thing can me done in the home oven with a bowl of hot water and a damp warm towel over the bread pan. heat the oven to about 100 degrees. any more will kill the yeast
Re: Millet Bread Recipe: from Lisa on 2010-12-28
Susan, I frequently buy the deland bakery oat bread and have had no issue with sickness.... as has my brother and his friend and we are all celiac. The cross contamination is from the millet. The facility (which I have visited) is NOT a gluten free facility, however, they try very hard not to contaminate their products. They do not use wheat at all. The millet bread (in all forms) made me ill... but the oat bread did not.
The reason they say may contain wheat is specifically because of cross contamination. I am not sure what oat products they use, but I am pretty sure it is a gluten free or at least gluten sensitive friendly brand (like bob's redmill perhaps)
The facility is in a natural store on 1792 in deland. I would run by there if you don't live too far away.
Re Millet Bread Recipe: from on 2011-01-14
If you are gluten intolerant do not eat Sami's products they are not gluten free, due to cross contamination in the bakeries facilities
Re Millet Bread Recipe: from Jess on 2011-02-27
This is a really good recipe. My boys really like it. The bread machine didn't do so well though. I make it by hand, but the crust is really hard when it is done. I have been putting it in a round loaf and rising it. I wonder if others have had this problem. It also doesn't say the temp. in the oven to bake it on. Any thoughts? I also saw a post to needing an egg substitute and I use 1 Tlb. of ground flax to 3 Tlb. water. I let it sit for 5 min. or so and the consistency become much like an egg. I have had the best luck with freshly ground flax, not the Bob's Red Mill already ground
bread recipe: from Patricia on 2011-09-26
I would love to have some good recipes for bread made in a bread maker.
Besides having a severe allergy to gluten, I am allergic to rice also. Are there any flours that work in combination that don't use rice flour that you know of that would be good to use when making bread?
Thank you so much! I really do appreciate this.
bread recipe: from Peter on 2011-09-26
You may need to experiment to get the quantities right, but try a mixture of maize flour (cornflour) tapioca flour and ground almonds. Tapioca flour can be obtained from stores supplying the Asian community