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Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Hi Becky! Thanks for stopping by KitchenTravels. The second rise occurs in the oven. Since the dough is placed in a cold oven, the loaf will rise as the oven warms up to temp. That sandy texture youve experienced comes from both the baking process and the flour used, the quality and fineness of which apparently vary by brand. The second rise in this recipe helps improve the texture and flavor. You may just want to try out a few flour brands over time, keep notes, and find the one you like best. Let me know how your bread turns out! xo, Dawn

Becky

this only get's one rise or 2? Do you let it rise after you form it into a ball. The instructions are a little confusing as you elude to a 2nd rising.
I find gluten free bread has a really sand like texture.
This looks amazing.
I hope it tastes as good as it looks.

christina lowe

sounds amazing -- can't wait to try it.... thanks for sharing!!! (love your love of travel too)

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Hi Kristi - thanks! The bread is really yummy. I am relatively new to GF baking myself, so to be honest, I dont know what a good substitute might be. Maybe try an equal amount of whole milk or soy milk? Good luck and let me know how it turns out!

Kristi

This looks awesome! I'm planning to make it to go with soup. One question... I don't have egg replacer or powdered milk -- what can I sub in for that 1 tsp? Thanks!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Thanks so much, Sarah Jane! It tastes just as good as it looks, too. Love this bread. :)


Sarah Jane

This bread is absolutely gorgeous!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Hi MJ! Thanks for the link love in your recent post. So sweet! xo

J & C - thank you so much!

judit and Corina @WineDineDaily

Thank you Dawn, we can almost smell the aromas of freshly baked bread... just delicious as your photos!
Cheers :)
J & C

MJ

Hi Dawn, I so love these photos, and they make me want to run (or fly) back to Italy! I wrote just a bit about your good work in my Thursday post. Keep these beauties coming! XOXO, MJ

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Paige, I love reading your comments -- you have such a positive, happy outlook! Thanks so much for popping by. xo

paige :: approaching joy

Dawn this looks AMAZING!!! Your pictures keep blowing me away. :)

LP @dishclips

I've always been curious about incorporating glutten free items in my diet. Artisan bread is one of my favorite kind of bread. Thanks for sharing!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Thanks -db!- Looking forward to baking up some yummy treats when you and Jim visit this summer. Miss you guys so much! xo

-db!-

Sounds yummy...GF or not!

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