Hi Robin! I would say at least 4 inches and …

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Hi Robin! I would say at least 4 inches and sometimes even a little higher. Can you consume active yeast or wild homemade sourdough starter? Or do you prefer a yeast-free bread recipe? I would say that that subbing almond flour for seed flour is perfect. Coconut flour is very different and soaks up a lot of water. It could contribute to a denser loaf. Most bean flours will create a tighter texture as well. If you can consume light buckwheat flour and use it in bread recipes, it’s a lovely flour that helps to lighten the overall texture. And, as for the plantain flour, I can’t say for sure because I’ve personally never tried it as a sub for green banana flour but I would think that it is comparable. I hope this helps!

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Hi! It sounds like it did not bake for long enough. Even with your oven being hotter, this recipe needs to bake for 1 hour. If you feel it will burn when out of the Dutch oven, keep the bread in the Dutch oven for the whole time. Maybe just tilt the cover a bit for the second half of the baking time. Most gluten-free vegan bread recipe will need on average 1 hour or more of baking time to be fully baked. The exception is if you divide the dough into smaller portions for rolls or mini loaves, those will take less time. The internal temperature will reach 210°F when ready.


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Hi Monique! Thank you! Have you tried creating a grain-free sourdough starter? Here’s a link to a recipe: https://www.freshisreal.com/grain-free-sourdough-starter-gf-v/ And then, creating a sourdough version of this recipe would be pretty easy. The main difference when using a sourdough starter in a bread recipe as opposed to a bread recipe without yeast is that the dough will need time to rest/rise a little. I’ll take a look at the recipe and give you more instructions once you’re ready to give it a go. I could test it right before too. Let me know once you have a happy grain-free sourdough starter.


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Hi! Thank you for trying this recipe! I am not an expert at deep frying but from my experience the oil has to be hot enough or the donuts will absorb too much oil and result in greasy and soggy donuts. Ideally 350-375°F. The temperature will drop a bit once the dough is cooking. Are you cooking on a gas or electric stove? Did you use a candy thermometer to check the temperature of the oil? I mean if yours were getting too dark too fast, lower the temperature even more next time to see if it’s better.


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Hi Mallory! Thank you so much for your comment and rating! I love learning that your family enjoys this recipe!


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