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Hi! In this recipe you could try the following: increase the tapioca starch to 1 cup or swap the potato starch with oat flour (replace by weight). If you have cassava flour, that’s another starch you could use. Please note that I did not try these exact swaps but they should be very comparable.

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Buckwheat Hemp Bread (GF/V)
Hi! I’m so happy that you tried this recipe! I like it a lot too! Thank you for taking the time to share your modifications! I appreciate your comment and rating very much!


Buckwheat Hemp Bread (GF/V)
Hi Julie! The size of the loaf pan I used is in the post but you’re right it’s a little smaller than a regular size loaf pan. I probably get at least 15-20 slices out of a loaf, all depending on the thickness of the slices. I haven’t baked with chickpea flour in a long time. It could make a great substitution for part of the flour in the recipe but you’re right it would make the bread denser for sure. If you try it please let us know how it turns out.


Buckwheat Hemp Bread (GF/V)
Hi Mina! Great question, but I haven’t tried it, but I’m guessing it could be similar. If you do try it, please let us know how it turns out!


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Hi! That’s a great idea! I’m sure that other bakers will love this option, so thank you for sharing it! What kind of apple did you use to make the bread recipe? I’m curious to find out if other types of apples work equally well. And, someone was asking me if they use a sweeter apple will it make the bread taste sweeter? I’ve only tried Honeycrisp with this recipe. Let me know.


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I hope this helps!


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