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Hi Dina! If you can’t consume any rice flour I feel that increasing the oat flour and sorghum flour should work just fine. To do so you would replace the 90g with a combo of both oat and sorghum flour. If you wanted to introduce a different flour, almond meal (if you’re not allergic) or even tiger nut flour (not an actual nut) would work well in combination with the other ingredients. Also, keep in mind that GF baking powder is different than regular baking powder, if you’re not sure please start with 1 tablespoon as 2 might be too much if you’re using a regular brand.

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Hi Heidi! Did you use hemp milk? It could be the hemp seeds if you’re not used to the earthy taste. Sorghum for the most part wouldn’t be the culprit. It usually very mild and pleasant in flavor. It can also be the baking soda. Did you use baking powder or baking soda? If you did only use baking soda and added 1 tablespoon, that could totally do it. If you don’t have baking powder and you want to add baking soda, only add 1/4 teaspoon as using too much will create a very odd salty and possibly bitter taste.

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Hi Erin! Yes, please try again. Swapping flours can affect how much water a bread mixture needs. Also, play around with the type of pan you use. It can make a difference. I’ve been working on some new recipes for the bread machine and you should see how much better the yeast-free loaves bake up. They are incredible! That being said, baking this recipe with steam in a larger oven could also help with the rise. Make sure your oven is nice and hot when you bake the dough. And, the type of plant-based milk you use is important. I suggest homemade hemp milk because it’s only two ingredients, the seeds plus water. But if using store bought brands, make sure they are not filled with gums and other ingredients that could way down the texture to the bread.

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Hi Gigi! I’ve personally never tried the yeast-free bread recipe with dairy milk so you might have to experiment. If the raw milk is too creamy you could mix half milk with half water to dilute it a bit.

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Hi Ziv! Have you played around with testing making bread with the ingredients that are safe for you? Let me know what you’ve tried and I will do my best to help you. I just found your message today. Sorry for the late reply.

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