In the realm of gluten-free baking, cooking, and diets, the need for simple and tasty grain-free recipes emerges as those living with gluten intolerance require regular systematic reprieve from the hardships of digesting grains.
Although gluten-free diets prevent extensive or worsening injury to the afflicted's digestive tract and subsquent body, minor flare-ups do occur occaisonally from other types of exposure. And during those flare-ups, any grain isn't friendly. Hence, the need for the healing power of grain-free recipes. Grain-free recipes provide the injured intestines and immune system time and space to heal and rebound faster.
However, grain-free bread recipes tend to be far more complicated in design, requiring more moisture and binders. Often these recipes are too rich and insane to craft and eat, like calling for half a dozen eggs for one small loaf of bread.
But like any gluten-free recipe, grain-free recipes can be made rather simple and tasty using various gluten-free starches and milk with coconut flour.
The following recipes use coconut flour, milk, and potato starch instead of vast amounts of eggs.
Take a look for yourself and try them at home.