Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Kim Gordon on 2010-12-23
I hope I have responded to the correct message
Margaret - Please kinldy email me your gluten free recipes as I intend purchasing my son and his wife a bread maker for christmas, they have two children with both gluten and wheat allergies and it would be nice to give them some recipies along with the breadmaker
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: gf bread using breadmaker: from june bell on 2010-12-28
hi, my wife is ceilac and has bought a tesco bread maker, and has trouble finding recipes for bread making using gluten free flour, we live in portugal, and it is difficult finding other ceilacs overhere to chat with. hope you can help.
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
gf bread using breadmaker: from suzanne on 2011-01-27
the panasonic breadmakers ar truly amazing and i would say you will not be dissapointed with the results it will give you.
the newer panasonic models are miles ahead in the quality and results and i wouldnt be without mine, its clean easy to use and the results.... perfect. and rated 5 stars well worth the money and not a bad price at £90 as thet started at £120 so price has come down a bit.IF you buy from amazon and it doesnt give the results expected they will happily take it back as a return as their customer service is great when item doesnt live up to expectations. they will refund. go for it, id say you wont be dissapointed
Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Linda on 2011-01-27
Hi, I am getting a breadmaker as I have recently been diagnosed with Coeliac disease, please can you email me your receipe for GF white bread. Many thanks, Linda
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
Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Mrs P Jones on 2011-04-19
I have recently been diagnosed coeliac and have purchased a panasonic breadmaker. I am confused by the order in which i need to put the ingredients. I am using doves farm gluten & wheat free bread flour blend + milk or water? - vinegar - oil - eggs- glour - salt - sugar - yeast. Can someone please help as i am desperate to eat some bread
Re gf bread using breadmaker: from Paola on 2011-05-03
I have recently bought a panasonic bread maker with a gf setting, but am confused in which order to put the ingredients as the directions in the manual are different to the directions on the pack of doves farm bread flour. Can you help or can you give me recepies tried and tested?
Please help looking forward to eating some bread at last
gf bread using breadmaker: from emma on 2011-06-21
i have reciently got a new breadmaker but it hasn't got a gluten free function on it? I have got a good gf flour mix which is a mixture of Rice, Potato, Tapioca & xanthian gum - makes white bread!
Any idea of a recipie I can use ? and will it work in my bread maker?