The Art of Gluten-Free Sourdough Baking

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Highly digestible gluten-free sourdough breads, muffins, pancakes, and pizza. These recipes are excellent for people with multiple food allergies. No gluten, milk, eggs, soy, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, gums, or yeast!

Author Sharon Kane presents extensive and detailed directions to help you get started making your own gluten-free starters. The book also includes 40 delicious recipes plus a section on pancakes and interesting variations. It includes a section dedicated to recipes that are also rice-free.

The recipes in this book can be made by creating a starter using brown rice flour and adding water kefir, milk kefir or even kombucha. Full instructions are included in the book. (You may also wish to use an established Brown Rice Sourdough Starter.) 

Click here to learn more about the techniques and ingredients used by this author.
 


 

       
Bonni
 

Why I Love This Product

Our house is completely gluten free and brown rice free as well. I needed a delicious gluten-free bread for my family. I love the idea (and taste) of sourdough, but wasn't sure how to go about it. Enter this amazing book. There are many options for gluten-free sourdough and the author, Sharon Kane, has really done her homework. My favorite sourdough starter is the buckwheat/sorghum starter and my favorite bread recipe is her Tapioca Bread #4. I've even tweaked the recipe to make my husband a cinnamon raisin bread that he loved! You do need water kefir for your sourdough boost, but that is something my family drinks and loves anyway. It's a win-win! Bonni, Customer Support Manager

 

 



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  • From meg at 1/21/11 8:35 PM
    • hello-
      can i preview a recipe using brown rice sourdough to see if i would
      like to try it and buy the book? thank you.

      meg
    • We don't have a way of giving you a recipe to preview but the author does maintain a blog with some recipes: http://glutenfreesourdough.blogspot.com/. We actually had an opportunity to meet the author in person and sample her bread at a conference a few months back and it was quite impressive--we would never have guessed it was gluten-free.
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  • From Catherine at 10/6/13 10:46 AM
    • Is this is hardback/paperback form or e-book?
    • This is a paperback book.
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  • From Frank Ditzler at 7/6/14 11:53 AM

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Excellent resource. Review by Lucy
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I'm excited to be trying gluten-free fermented breads. I've not been happy with other gluten-free bread books. The fermented process makes sense and the book takes all of the mystery out of the process. (Posted on December 16, 2013)
Excellent resource. Review by Lucy
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I'm excited to be trying gluten-free fermented breads. I've not been happy with other gluten-free bread books. The fermented process makes sense and the book takes all of the mystery out of the process. (Posted on December 16, 2013)
would not order this again or give as gift Review by loveandlight
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A very disappointing book for the price. Quality of publication poor,lacking detailed information and pictures.
Expectation of book very high because of the price point. Did not live up to expectation.
Would not recommend this book.

(Posted on December 9, 2013)
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I am quite disappointed in this book. The format and binding are rather "cheap", especially for a book that costs over $27. I was expecting a better value for the price.

I have been gluten-free for several years, but am new to sourdough baking. Sharon's techniques and recipes seem quite complicated and unpractical for a mother with young children and a busy household.

I will be returning my copy for a refund. (Posted on November 16, 2013)
great purchase so far Review by chelseamcn
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I'm new to fermenting foods, and since my daughter is gluten-free, I knew I'd need this book in order to ferment her breads myself. I'll give a more comprehensive review once I've tried more of the recipes, but let me just go ahead and say WOW. This book takes you on the author's own baking journey in a well-laid out format, and gives many recipe variations to suit each individual's dietary needs and tastes. She does a very good job of explaining the science behind gluten-free sourdough baking so that the reader has a better understanding and confidence at creating/troubleshooting his/her own breads. I'm very pleased with this purchase thus far. (Posted on April 4, 2013)
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