I used potato starch. I made the rolls in the …

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I used potato starch. I made the rolls in the sish. I checked my almond milk snd it DOES have gum in it. I didn’t realize that. Is that the reason? I can make my own milk if needed.

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Soft Gluten-Free Dinner Rolls
These look so good! I have made them three times now, and they are not fluffy. They are heavy and sticky on the inside. I changed the buckwheat to sorghum and the hemp to almond. In the last batch I cut the milk back to 3/4 cup. Still didn’t come out. I would really like to make these. What I’m I doing wrong? Help!!

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