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    I made Elana's Paleo bread several times now. Love it, it's the only type of bread that feels, tastes and is filling bread. Hubby loves this one. I have tried many others but this one is a winner.

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    I also like Elana's paleo bread. If you're concerned about over-heating the fats in the flour, etc., I wouldn't worry *too* much. Most bread recipes only heat to about 210F internally when completely baked. (I know some people are very vigilant about that stuff, but I'm not--at least yet.) At any rate, that is the best recipe I've tried thus far... and I've tried several.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueballoon View Post
    I also like Elana's paleo bread. If you're concerned about over-heating the fats in the flour, etc., I wouldn't worry *too* much. Most bread recipes only heat to about 210F internally when completely baked. (I know some people are very vigilant about that stuff, but I'm not--at least yet.) At any rate, that is the best recipe I've tried thus far... and I've tried several.
    yeah, I just made this bread and it is really good. Is there really a consensus out there on overheating the fats in the flour. Can it really be that bad? Would be curious what the rest of the community thinks becase this bread is a winner. Would be curious how many carbs are in a slice though.

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    I find upping egg content or adding mild cheese to any regular paleo bread recipe helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishergirl106 View Post
    Here is a similar recipe from Elana's Pantry: Paleo Bread | Healthy Gluten Free Bread Recipe | Elana's Pantry

    I made it, and really enjoyed it; it was firmer than any other paleo/primal bread I have ever made, and the taste of it was pretty fantastic. I did have to bake it for about 10 more minutes than the recipe states, and I just used a regular loaf pan lined with parchment paper instead of the loaf pan she recommends.
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