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Hi Leticia! Which bread recipe were you hoping to try the gluten-free yeast-free one or the grainless one? I’ll make suggestions once you reply.

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Hi Lisa! Thank you so much for taking the time to write! I really appreciate it! I’m sorry that you, too, are experiencing health issues. It can be so consuming even when we try not to let it take over our lives. I’ve recently found out even more that will surprise you once I share. I’ve been struggling with sharing more of my story, but I will soon. I might even create a video… I have so much to share, and I’m almost ready to do it!


My Story: Life & Health
Thank you for your message! Yes, we are very close 😉 I’m happy that you were able to tweak the ingredients to make it work for you!


My Story: Life & Health
Thank you, Dagmar, for saying hi! And yes, the journey to figuring out what is the root cause of our digestive issues can be exhausting as it seems to be a never-ending battle. Did you ever consider getting tested to see if you have the celiac genes? It wouldn’t necessarily tell you if you do have celiac disease, but if you don’t have one or both genes, then at least you could rule out the possibility. I took the test twice, and I do have the genes, so does one of my boys.


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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.


Gluten-Free Vegan Bread Machine Loaf
Hi Julie! Thank you for your message! Did you know that you can also bake the same recipe in the oven with great results? Here’s the post with the instructions to bake the bread recipe in the oven: https://www.freshisreal.com/buckwheat-hemp-bread-gf-v/ It’s the same recipe. As for the multiplication issue on that bread machine post, you’re right, it’s not working as it should. I tested that multiplication function on a few other recipes, and it seemed ok. I appreciate you letting me know. I’ll fix it asap. Are you trying to make a double or even triple batch of this dough? Are you trying the bake the dough all at the same time? I would strongly suggest baking one batch at a time until you achieve a loaf that works for you. This multiplication feature is automatically added with the recipe card feature I use. I don’t know that I can turn it off. I will look into it. Thank you, Julie!


Wild Yeast Bread (GF/V)
Hi Ruth! Thank you for your message! I bet you that your loaf turned out just perfect! Also, to answer your question about drying some starter for future use, it’s definitely possible. Some smudge a very thin layer on a sheet of parchment paper or even dehydrate it in a low-temperature oven. To store the dry starter pieces, you could probably keep them in the freezer or fridge in a sealed bag or container. Then once you want to get a new starter going simply combine a few pieces of your dry starter with some fresh flour and water, stir and give it some time to get active. It should work!


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Hi Mindy! I would say to try and wait until you get back as you will need to feed it each day! 😉 Also, I’ve personally never tried with white rice flour as I feel brown rice flour or even sorghum flour work very well! Let me know which GF flour you end up trying!


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Thank you so much for trying the recipe and letting us know of the changes you made!


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