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vegangal
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Hello! I'm a new Vegan and I am also gluten and soy free. I'm still fairly lost when it comes to picking basic ingredients that I can have, and I was hoping someone could help. I've searched and searched for breads that I can have but haven't been able to find any brands that are suitable for my diet, so I'm thinking the only way for me to have bread is to make my own, which requires flour. However, I don't know which flours would be okay for me to have. Originally I thought any kind of flour would be okay but the more I looked the more flours I was finding that either contained gluten, soy, or were unspecific as to what they contained. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Monday, December 24 2012, 04:17 PM
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Mattie
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Hi vegangal! I'm assuming you're referring to vegan and gluten-free flour blends as opposed to individual flours. Better Batter is probably the best all around vegan gluten-free flour blend on the market right now. I'm working on my own blend recipe and will be sure to post it on Veganbaking.net when it's ready. For now, Nicole over at Gluten-Free on a Shoestring has a really great writeup on gluten-free flour blends and their pros and cons.
http://glutenfreeonashoestring.com/gluten-free-flour-blends-what-you-need-to-know/

Good luck!
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