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Recipe For Gluten Free Country Style Bread — 27 Comments

  1. Very thoughtfull of you to make some decent & quality gf bread!
    I ate gf for about 7 months & felt a lot better. Now, I can eat gluten again but still cook & bake gf sometimes! I am so going to try this one! Thanks! 🙂

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    • Thanks for the comment Sophie, sometimes I think a few gluten free days make all the difference 🙂

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  2. Very thoughtful and nice of you to have bake this bread for your dad.

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    • thanks Asmita 🙂

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  3. Aw, daddy’s girl. Precious 🙂

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    • mwah xxx

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  4. This will mean a lot to my sister in law, Tandy, who is gluten-intolerant. I’ll pass it on! Thanks!

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    • my pleasure Kate 🙂

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  5. You are such a sweetheart to bake this for your dad!

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    • thanks Pink 🙂

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  6. I have a close friend who would really appreciate this recipe. Thanks for sharing, Tandy! Sounds fantastic. x

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    • it it is my pleasure Caroline 🙂

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  7. I don´t have to deal with the gluten free issue for anyone, but I understand it´s a real problem trying to find a good recipe that gives the right texture. I bet it tasted good, even if it was a little “cakey” (rather like soda bread maybe?)

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    • thanks for the prompt, I am going to make some soda bread when I am off diet!

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  8. What a good-looking GF bread! They usually look a little…hmm, flat and unappealing, but this looks delish! I’m not gluten free, but I like trying gluten free recipes from time to time.

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    • I have discovered that gluten free and sugar free don’t work together very well, so I seldom make gluten free stuff 🙂

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  9. This was so thoughtful of you to bake for your dad while he traveled! I’m not allergic to wheat but to try to limit my intake. I’m always looking for good gf recipes. They seem a bit complex with all the flours though and like your comment above, hard to get a real bread texture, more cakey. But for anyone unable to eat wheat this is like heaven sent!!

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    • if you cannot eat wheat then the effort will seem like nothing I suppose 🙂

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  10. We are so tied to wheat flours and look at all the alternatives, your dad will love it!

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    • there are loads of options out there 🙂

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  11. Hello Tandy! (I’m so behind on my blog reading, I thought I’d better start with your most recent!). I have been looking for a gluten free bread recipe which actually works, and is like bread – please ask your dad how this recipe compared to normal bread for me? thanks 🙂

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    • sorry Linda, my dad says it is cakey 🙁

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  12. It looks delicious Tandy. So sweet of you to bake it for your Dad.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thanks Mandy 🙂

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  13. Tandy, the quest for gluten-free bread is an ongoing one. How bread-like was this loaf? It certainly looks the part, but so often gf loaves are quite cakey…

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    • my dad said it was good – I did not try it though 🙂

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    • Celia, my dad said it was cakey!

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