The Secrets of Gluten Replacement

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WTF – Gluten Replacement? Finally, Gluten Free That Doesn’t Suck

Liberate yourself from the dense, gritty and gummy hand dealt by gluten-free living. Transcend what you thought was possible by adding I’m Free Perfect Gluten Replacement to your favorite recipes. Learn the secret to saying goodbye to “it’s good… for gluten free” to just “wow, that is damn good!” … on this week’s WTF. (And did we mention there’s a coupon code at the end?)

Product Links:
I’m Free Perfect Gluten Replacement
I’m Free Perfect Gluten Free Baking Flower
I’m Free Perfect Sandwich Bread Mix
I’m Free Perfect Gluten Free Baking Powder
Gluten Free Bread Pan

Recipe Links:
Divine Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
Classic Italian Gluten Free Pasta
I’m Free Perfect Sandwich Bread Mix

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  • Fiona Hemmings
    January 6, 2020 5:56 pm

    Have you discovered a way to have gluten free, yeast free and seed free?? At present my mother-in-law can make scones but she really missed the texture of bread. Are there any potions, Ingredient combinations or chemicals that you can recommend?? She also cannot have any fermented foods.

  • Does this the gluten replacement work better for all GF foods or should we stock up on a subset of your other thickeners/binders/gels to cover more bases?

    • A lot of people also like to add in Expandex for their GF goods. It can be easily subbed in for tapioca starch in existing recipes and the two work really well together.

  • Paulette Baggett
    October 29, 2020 12:34 pm

    I am new to gluten-free baking and I’m overwhelmed with all the different flours, starches, etc. I did order expandex but I don’t know how to use it. I don’t do facebook and I will try to look into this blog but don’t know if I will understand it, but I’ll try. I am going to watch all your videos I can to learn more. I am recently diagnosed with Celiac. Many thanks.

  • Can the sandwich bread mix be used for dinner rolls?

    • This is possible but they would need to be made in a muffin pan as they cannot be rolled or shaped.

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