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« Reply #80 on: March 27, 2017 06:55:12 PM »

I googlied it, sounds close to the recipe we used. It calls for optional cheese and we've tried it both ways, it's better with cheese!
I have a library book, everyday grain-free baking, it looks pretty good. It's so expensive though, ack! All that coconut and almond flour is not cheap.

Go to Bulk Barn - and if there is the family, use the $3 coupon at the beginning of the month for each $10 purchase.

The glutenfreeonashoestring site has some good recipes - but so far we have not found a nice pizza dough that is truly like a nice chewy wheat dough crust.  You may have better luck with biscuit recipes rather than a loaf style bread.  The best one we had so far has been the one made eggs, beaten with cream cheese, and shredded cheese - but it is so rich and full of cheese, I would not make it very often.  I made one recently from glutenfreeonashoestring (on of the older recipes)  and it did not rise much, but my yeast was old - but the flavour was very neutral so Jim liked it (did not overpower the toppings like some have) and the texture not bad.  I am going to try frying it in a pan to brown it the top and bottom, before parbaking it more, to see if I can get a bit more of the chewy texture of bread.

« Reply #81 on: May 05, 2017 12:44:05 AM »

is this BPA free?
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