Hi Amber! The oval one I have is about 10 …

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Hi Amber! The oval one I have is about 10 inches (the top). Here’s an Amazon link to one that looks like mine. If you get a round or oval banneton basket ranging from 9 to 10 inches it should be perfect!

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Thank you, Jennifer, for your feedback and rating! Next you’ll have to try the smaller 7-inch Boule recipe to compare which one you like best! https://www.freshisreal.com/7-inch-sourdough-boule-gf-v/

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Hi Amanda! You can replace the sorghum flour with more light buckwheat flour and some GF oat flour (if you can consume it). Other alternatives are teff flour, more brown rice flour, almond or sunflower seed flour, or even millet flour. Ideally, replace it with another GF that is lighter in texture or sub with a combo of 2 to 3 other GF flours. There’s also quinoa, coconut or chickpea to consider, but I would only add a smaller quantity of either as they can be denser. Would you consider trying a smaller recipe to start? Link to smaller 7-in Boule: https://www.freshisreal.com/7-inch-sourdough-boule-gf-v/ I made a version of this sourdough bread recipe a couple of days ago, and I switched up the GF flours and even baked it in my bread machine, and it turned out beautifully. Please note that whatever changes you make, you may need to adjust the liquids. Some ingredients are more absorbent. Replace ingredients in grams for best results. Let me know if you have any questions.

Wild Yeast Bread (GF/V)
Thank you, Robyn! I love hearing stories like yours! I’m guessing that Kefir would be similar to using creamy buttermilk in a bread recipe? Thank you for sharing!

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