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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Gluten Free WonderMill Bread( dairy free, soy free, nut free)

Grinding my own grains/seeds for gluten free bread made me feel a little bit like Henny Penny. Not a bad thing at all! Now to just start growing my own too! :-) For this loaf I ground white rice,brown rice and Teff. (I also use potato starch and tapioca starch in my blend)

Overall, I love my WonderMill. It makes pretty much "instant" flour. It has 3 options for texture of your flour. Coarse,Bread, and pastry.
I find the "bread' option(recommended) for texture is a little coarse for making a soft white bread. So for a soft white bread I use the Pastry option.

The WonderMill does a terrific job of grinding so fast, and it is very tidy! So, far I am absolutely thrilled with my investment.

I may have shared this bread recipe before, but I have been slowly trying the psyllium husk powder instead of using guar gum to see how I like it. So far it is working well. With this loaf I did half guar gum and half psyllium powder. Nice and tender. Unfortunately, Abby is still avoiding yeast so she wasn't able to give this loaf a try. Derek thought it was wonderful though and with a loaf of this around he doesn't miss gluten at all!

3 eggs
1 tablespoon Braggs apple cider vinegar
1/4 cup grapeseed oil
1/4 cup honey
1 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup coconut yogurt
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 teaspoon guar gum
1 1/2 teaspoons pysllium husk powder
3 cups all purpose gluten free flour blend
1/3 cup tapioca starch
1 tablespoon active dry yeast

Place in order into pan from the bread machine. (or in the order of the manufacturer's directions) I mixed my coconut milk and yogurt together before I poured them in.

If you have a bread maker that has a gluten-free option use that. On the Zojirushi breadmaker I used the basic function and dark crust.


Anonymous said...

How is your mill doing? I need a new one...have a little k-tec that doesn't do beans and is quite slow about doing most anything else. Does it do the garbanzo beans well?

Diane said...

Yes, it does chickpeas though I haven't tried it yet. It has a very easy to add adaptor for either tiny grains(teff,etc) tapioca, and chickpeas. I was planning on trying the chickpea's this week, will post a picture. The only thing it won't do are oily things like nuts and some seeds. Check out this website, it shows the WonderMill in action. http://willitgrind.com/ It grinds shockingly fast, and I love the completely contained container.

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