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  • Nancy

    Reply Reply August 22, 2012

    Good Morning: Thank you so much for sharing the yeast free dinner rolls. They are simply wonderful. However, that being said do you have a receipe for yeast free bread. Yoy just can not continue to eat dinner rolls all the time and I can not have yeast at all. Thank you for your help.

    • Paula

      Reply Reply August 22, 2012

      Hi Nancy,

      We steer clear of yeast anymore too. The only store-bought, yeast-free bread we have listed here currently is our Basic Sourdough Bread – I don’t list it as yeast-free as there is natural yeast in it.

  • Nancy

    Reply Reply August 23, 2012

    Thank you so very much for responding. In this day and age of constant busy I am truly shocked for such a quick response. But was much appreciated. At the risk of sound foolish, if I make your Basic Sourdough bread, even though it has natural yeast in it, that would not be the same as buying store bought bread with yeast in it. I am truly trying to avoid yeast, which apparently is in everything. End results is I make everything from scratch. I’m 65 and retired so thank God I have plenty of time. Thank you so much for your website. Words can not express my graditude for your help. Allergies are a confusing condition. Thanks Nance

    • Paula

      Reply Reply August 24, 2012

      Nancy,

      You don’t sound foolish at all! I don’t really think natural yeast qualifies as the same ‘bad’ yeast as store bought.

      Here is a link to a really good article explaining how sourdough yeast is actually beneficial to health and that people who are told they can’t eat store-bought yeast should be able to eat sourdough bread.

      http://www.danreid.org/health-alerts-sour-dough-health.asp

      With that said, I’ll change my sourdough recipes to say yeast-free – hopefully that will be helpful to other looking for yeast-free recipes. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

  • Anthony

    Reply Reply September 19, 2012

    Paula,
    Thank you for this and for spelling it out so clear. We’re new to GF food and cooking and have been so close to going back the old way from all the confusion. My wife says I have to bake, and I can burn water. ๐Ÿ™‚ I have made one loaf so far successfully, but I miss the biscuits and if this bakes a loaf of bread I’m all for that too. Thanks you and God bless. Anthony

    • Paula

      Reply Reply September 20, 2012

      I’m a food lover, and I know the struggles with changing a diet and not knowing what’s down the road. . .I encourage you to keep on trying.

      I was once obsessed with finding a GF bread recipe, and then I just started cutting back on grains all together and found it wasn’t as hard to do as I imagined – and we felt better. And hey, that’s gluten-free too! ๐Ÿ™‚

      Glad I could help!

  • Gudrun B

    Reply Reply October 14, 2012

    great recipe (a tad salty for my taste, i will cut the salt a tiny bit next time)
    mixed flours and added soaked wheatberries and coriander best bread i made so far! thanks Paula! for the recipe and your inspiration!

    • Paula

      Reply Reply October 15, 2012

      So glad it worked for you! Which bread recipe did you try?

  • Gudrun B

    Reply Reply October 15, 2012

    i went by your basic sour dough and “modified” from there ๐Ÿ™‚
    i am a great modifier!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ and so far have been blessed with it working out quite well ๐Ÿ™‚ once i have the ratios i just go happy and at times wild; i think it was born out of necessity! when i moved from Germany nothing was the same (measurements, ingredients, temps…LOL) so i fell back to feel, trial and error; feeling has served me well over the years….
    once i get my house cleaned up a bit more i will start posting on my website again and put bread pics up….

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