Mar 12, 2010

The Perfect Gluten-Free Bread (finally)

Over the last couple months, as we have switched to eating gluten-free, I’ve baked many loaves of bread. Most of them were okay, a few inedible but none of them were really good. There were the bricks, the doughy, the sawdust like and even a few that tasted pretty good straight from the oven, only to completely change into a crumbly, dry, really odd tasting creation by the next day. Baking bread gluten-free bread can be really frustrating!

Before switching to gluten-free I used to make really great bread. I loved baking and experimenting with different recipes. I especially enjoyed free-form sourdough loaves. The wonderful smell while they bake, the crunchy crust and chewy center. Hot from the oven and slathered with butter, what could be better!

Guess what, there is a gluten-free bread that’s just as good. This is not just a good gluten-free bread, it’s simply a great loaf of bread. Not only that but you mix enough dough to make four loaves. The dough is stored in the fridge ready and waiting until you want to bake. For a busy mom it’s a dream come true. I love it, the kids love it and even my husband said you’d never know it’s gluten-free. Try the recipe at Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. It’s yummy!

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