Hi Rosie! Yes, you can. Keep in mind every machine …

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Hi Rosie! Yes, you can. Keep in mind every machine is different. Just make sure to take a peak when the machine is mixing the ingredients. You might have to use a spatula to help make sure all the ingredients are well incorporated. If you try and let us know which brand of machine you used and if it did work! Ps. On average, my gluten-free and vegan loaves bake for 70 to 80 minutes in the machine (not counting the mixing and rising time). GFV bread baked in the bread machine always bakes up lighter in colour and have a softer crust.

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Hi Sarah! Does your almond milk contain gums or carrageenan? If so, it could add to the gummyness factor. Is your buckwheat flour light or dark? The darker buckwheat is delicious but can taste stronger if you’re not used to it. If the texture of the bread is too wet, try decreasing the liquids by a little bit to see if it helps. Did you mix by hand or try a mixing setting on your bread machine? I have a lot more experience with bread machines now, and can guide you if you want to try making the whole recipe in your bread machine.

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Gina! Wow! What a lovely comment to receive! I’m thrilled that you tried the bread recipe and like it! I love it very much too! Ps. this bread bakes nicely in the oven too!

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