Hi Heather! The sourdough waffles recipe is in the Facebook …

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Hi Heather! The sourdough waffles recipe is in the Facebook baking group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/191987888217239/ Lookup Waffles in the Search this group box and the recipe should appear at the top. As for a GF sourdough cracker recipe, I’ll share one asap.

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Hi Usha! Here’s the link for the bread machine recipe: https://www.freshisreal.com/gluten-free-vegan-bread-machine-loaf/

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Hi Dwayne! Did you check your junk folder? You have to confirm your subscription to get the final email with the link. I’ll email you the download link just in case! Thank you for your interest in the guide! Chantal

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