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    No I have not tried these, but I they look like the ultimate bread cheat. I am surprised that Dr. Bork Bork has not showcased them on her junk food blog yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndySlammer View Post
    No I have not tried these, but I they look like the ultimate bread cheat. I am surprised that Dr. Bork Bork has not showcased them on her junk food blog yet.
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    Paleo Bread | Healthy Gluten Free Bread Recipe | Elana's Pantry

    I was surprised at how tasty this bread was! In a loaf pan, it's literally just like regular bread, ready to be sliced for sandwiches or whatever you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvansMom View Post
    Okay so I am in need of "bread" recipies that you have tried and like. I am on a dairy reintroduction program and need something to eat butter on (other than the usual things I eat) and since being primal for several months, feel I want to venture into primal baking a little more than I ever have. Normally I don't bake now

    What have you tried and liked?

    Paleo Eats and Treats!: Paleo Gluten Free Macadamia Nut Bread

    That is by far the best bread sub I've ever had!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvansMom View Post
    Okay so I am in need of "bread" recipies that you have tried and like. I am on a dairy reintroduction program and need something to eat butter on (other than the usual things I eat) and since being primal for several months, feel I want to venture into primal baking a little more than I ever have. Normally I don't bake now

    What have you tried and liked?
    Look no further than these.

    Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pao de Queijo) Recipe - Allrecipes.com

    These puff up like a cheesy cream puff, but the lack of gluten makes them so incredibly soft and tender. They literally melt in your mouth.

    My advice: use butter, not olive oil. And soy milk? LAUGH! Whole milk, please. As an Italian, I am a garlic addict, but on this recipe I'd skip it because it complicates the subtle flavor too much. I prefer the buttery, cheesy bread. I don't want this to be a garlic bread, but you're welcome to do what you wish.
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    ditto on that. I do the recipe exactly as choco describes as well (i think the garlic sort of overpowers the little puffs too much). so good!

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    I have tried several primal and paleo bread recipes using coconut flour, almond meal, and/or flax meal; and I have yet to find one that wasn't dry as a desert and/or just plain awful. I don't plan to go back to a SAD life, but I certainly would love to find at least one "tried and true" bread recipe that is tasty. Help!

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    Just the word bread makes me want to hurl chunks.

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    Try adding potatoes for better softness/texture, like this, w/o sugar/soy (replace with nothing/tapioca) (obviously, if you are not using this or that, it might not apply):
    Dreamer's Alcove: Gluten-Free Potato Bread

    This is actually close to the Italian potato cake (actual cake) I saw a recipe for some time ago.
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    If someone is willing to eat rice, there are a lot of options open. I used to cook up a pot of rice a little soft (a little extra water). When it was cooled to barely warm, I put it through the food processor or stand mixer with yeast, some butter, and sweet rice/white rice flour. I let it rise in the pan and baked it. It was more of what I used to call a "farm style" than fluffy white style bread.

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