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Hi Chantal
Do you think this recipe would work if I replace all the flour and use only quinoa flour?

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Simple Sorghum Sourdough
Hi Chantal,
another question, if you dont mind.
Do you think this recipe would work if i used only Quinoa flour? (plus the starches and psyllium and flax gel?) i want to try a bread where flour is quinoa only….

Simple Sorghum Sourdough
Hi Chantal,
recently my breads are loosing their “rise” during cooking. I’ll get a good inch or 2 by leaving it in a warm area, transfer to heated Dutch oven, and when i next check on it it is flattened out a lot. Do you have any ideas what I can do to fix that?
also – my loaves (and the starter i used) have a very sour (almost salty) taste, I ate some of the starter plain (cooked) and it had that taste. I had used green apples to help it come back to life, im wondering if that could impact it?
thank you so much for your help!

Simple Sorghum Sourdough
Hi Chantal,
love your recipes, thanks so much!
i dont have any seed flour, and dont like to cook with almond flour (my son is allergic).
What would you think i can replace the seed flour with? can i add some other GF flours like white rice, brown rice? sorghum? millet?

Thank you so much
ps- I was having trouble getting the dough to rise at all, i put the bowl into my oven that was warm from recently being used and it worked like a charm in just about an hour!!

Sorghum Sourdough Starter
thank you so much for being so helpful! does it matter if i use a different gluten free flour for these different options? I’m starting to run low on what i started with (Sorgum) and have brown rice flour in the pantry

Sorghum Sourdough Starter
Hi Chantal! love this site (and your youtube channel!)
I’m on day 7 of the starter,(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOo7I6wxSN4&t)
I used sorghum instead of rice flour. The starter is doing all the things it should and i think its ready, but it has a very sour smell, in fact it wasnt as sour at one point, but past 2 days its very sour like a very sour cider beer. I did add maple syrup on day 1….
Is there anything i can do to get it to smell more pleasant? from what you wrote on the recipe notes sounds like if i dont like the smell, i wouldn’t like the bread it makes….
should i just keep feeding it until i like the smell?

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