Hi Chantal. It was great! It rose perfectly on my …

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Hi Chantal. It was great! It rose perfectly on my loaf pan. It was not dry or crumbly at all and it sliced pretty well. I wish I could show you a picture! I’m so happy I finally have an alternative to regular bread. 😊

It worked well with just millet and tapioca flour. I’ll try it with buckwheat flour next time. I also made other substitutions: soy milk instead of hemp milk; ground psyllium husk instead of whole.

I only made half of the recipe since I did not want too many ingredients to go to waste in case it did not turn out well. Well, I should have made the whole recipe after all. I’ll make it again this weekend. It goes well with macadamia butter, the only nut butter I’m allowed to eat.

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Yeast-Free Gluten-Free Vegan Bread
I just tagged you in my IG and FB posts and currently awaiting approval in your FB group. I’ll try other recipes from your website soon. I’m very new to this gluten/yeast/dairy/egg/nut/corn/potato-free food prep as my food intolerance test just came out on July 10th. Thank you. 🙂

Yeast-Free Gluten-Free Vegan Bread
Hi Chantal. I recently learned that I’m intolerant to gluten, rice, oats, dairy, eggs, nuts, corn. This recipe looks interesting and I’ll definitely try it. I don’t have sorghum and arrowroot flour though. All I have right now are Bob’s Red Mill millet and tapioca flours. Can i use those just those two for the 3 cups of flour required?

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