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« Reply #10 on: April 02, 2008 05:39:18 PM »

I tried eating gluten free for almost a year. I hated it! However, since I couldn't find a good premade bread, I had to make my own. I found that by mixing some garbanzo bean flour with brown rice flour and potato starch and tapioca flour, I made a pretty decent bread. I can look up the recipe if you want it. It tasted similar to wheat flour. The bread was yummy, but you have to use eggs.

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« Reply #11 on: June 26, 2009 03:55:11 AM »

I made this bread a while ago, and it tasted pretty good!  It was almost a mix between regular bread and the density of a dessert bread because it was so dense, but it was cheap to make and tasted better than any premade bread I have bought! 


I'm also vegan, and this recipe is vegan, too!

« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2009 11:57:05 AM »

With more people switching to rice over gluten containing grains, rice allergies are now skyrocketing, so I'd also be interested in decent alternatives to rice (keeping in mind that 1. nearly all grains need to be soaked to prevent further damage to the gut and 2. too many bean flours can also cause permanent digestive issues). Thanks,


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« Reply #13 on: July 23, 2011 09:21:05 PM »

For desserts almond flour, or any kind of nut ground is a really tasty alternative. As long as you don't have a nut allergy. Its great for cookies.
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