Hi Kiara! Thank you for trying the GF sourdough rolls. …

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Hi Kiara! Thank you for trying the GF sourdough rolls. Maybe 7 hours was too long of a proof? Was your dough warm? Placing the dough in the fridge to cool it would definitely make rolling easier for sure. I used the dough from my Wild Yeast Bread recipe to make some cinnamon rolls a few weeks ago. It works really well! Is that the sourdough bread recipe you tried? Thank you for your comment!

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Hi! I think it would be ok, but I can’t say for sure as I haven’t tried it.

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Hi Vicki! If you don’t have whole psyllium husk but do have Bob’s Egg Replacer, you can sub 1 tablespoon of whole psyllium husk with 1 tablespoon of Bob’s Egg Replacer and achieve similar results. Bob’s Egg Replacer includes psyllium husk with starch and baking soda. Let me know if you have additional questions. Sorry for the late reply, I just saw your message now.

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Can you consume GF oat four or what about GF almond meal/flour? Or even light (texture & colour) buckwheat flour could work well.

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Hi Debra! It will completely fine! Dark buckwheat is wonderful if you have some and like it, go ahead and use it! I swap light and dark buckwheat all the time! Your loaf might bake darker and be a little denser but it will be equally great!

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Yay! I’m so happy that you found this recipe and that you’ve been mastering your GF sourdough baking skills for a while now! Thank you for sharing your substitutes as it could help others that are considering making the recipe!

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