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Comment on Simple Sorghum Sourdough by Jennifer.

I loved making this recipe in anticipation of moving to Tanzania and knowing I would not be able to buy my own quality gluten-free bread.

A question on substitutions: can millet be used instead of sorghum (I have not found the latter here yet but I know it is an African grain so it should be possible eventually)? Can I use corn flour in place of the starches? Do you have any other ideas beyond corn flour which might be available in East Africa? Finally I can’t find buckwheat yet so I am considering almond flour or cassava, though I’m thinking the latter may be too fine-grain. Thanks in advance for any ideas.

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