For those suffering from gluten intolerance and celiac disease, they find themselves adjusting to their new diet of gluten-free breads poorly.
I was no different. Gluten-free baking is quite different than traditional and so often, the recipes found tend to be complicated and expensive, using xanthan and guar gums to raise the yeast as they try to mimic gluten laden bread.
Gluten-free bread doesn't need to be complicated or ridiculously expensive to make. And unlike most gluten-free breads commerically available, it doesn't have to be painful to taste and digest. Gluten-free bread can and should be tasty and affordable to bake at home with ease.
It might seem scary and daunting at first, but once you start baking your own gluten-free bread with basic and wholesome ingredients, you can have your daily bread and a happy body.
My six basic recipes help achieve that goal with doughs for breads, biscuits, crackers, and noodles. The key is to take the time and love to mix and knead the dough. Simple and edible gluten-free breads are at out finger tips.