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Ready to take control and make your own gluten-free sourdough baked goods?
Learning you have a gluten intolerance can be quite an adjustment, and everything can seem strange when just starting gluten-free baking.
Whether you are making changes for a gluten sensitivity or completely re-hauling the way you eat, we have expert advice, recipes, and tips to help you enjoy the same delicious sourdough baking, without the wheat.
Browse our expert advice below and remember...you can do this!
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If you have a gluten intolerance you can still enjoy homemade sourdough breads made with gluten-free flours. Learn more about gluten-free sourdough baking.
Learn more about making gluten-free sourdough bread at home from author Sharon Kane.
Learn how to make a gluten-free flour blend using different types of gluten-free whole grains. You can also add xanthan gum and other binders to the blend.
This recipe mixes together gluten-free flours with varying properties to create a gluten-free “all-purpose flour” blend to help simplify gluten-free baking.
Avoid dry, crumbly gluten-free baked goods. Use our list of binders for gluten-free baking, for a successful bread loaf, cookie, or cake every time!
Because the paleo diet is naturally gluten-free, it is often followed by those with an intolerance to the gluten protein.
Use this guide to learn about types of gluten-free flours and how to substitute one gluten-free flour for another in gluten-free sourdough recipes.
Gluten-free sourdough starters require a bit of extra care. Learn how to activate and feed one to make homemade gluten-free bread and baked goods!
Did you know you can use water kefir as a booster in gluten-free sourdough baking? Learn which boosters help with the leavening and texture of the bread.
During summer's heat, culturing can be tricky. Keep your ferments cool with these tips and ideas on how to beat the heat.
Learn how to make cultured and fermented foods using starter cultures during the cool winter months. Plus ideas for how to keep cultures warm!