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Old 06-11-2017, 07:41 PM   #91
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My Kitchen Aid mixer does a great job of kneading all of your bread recipes Sharon.
My loaves come out nice and big. So pleased to have real yeast bread again.
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Old 06-12-2017, 08:51 AM   #92
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Originally Posted by sbwertz View Post
For burger buns and dinner rolls I omit the 8000 completely and add in the same amount of 5000 to replace it. Makes them soft and easier to bite into.
Thanks--I'm going to be making a batch of bread today and will try this to make burger buns. Do you think this will work for the loaf as well?
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Old 06-15-2017, 12:32 AM   #93
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Second try inserting pictures

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I would love to see a picture of the finished bread
I just revisited this thread and saw that the link to my pictures never made it into my comment... so I'll try that again now:

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Old 06-15-2017, 04:03 AM   #94
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Now it worked, thanks to the moderator team. For some reason I can't seem to upload pictures directly from my ipad (I don't have a computer anymore) and imgur keeps them in the original size, so they were too large. Will try using photobucket next time.

Anyway - the inside of the bread (as you can see, I made some weirdly shaped rolls, so I don't think it is necessary to use a certain baking dish - the dough is sturdy enough to be shaped into any shape you want, also I didn't use a kitchen machine or bread maker, just kneeded it by hand as I used to do with hc yeast dough, let it rise and popped it in the oven after shaping carefully) is soft and fluffy without being as moist as, say, breads made with psyllium husks or a lot of eggs often are. Still, I didn't make it again. The flaxmeal (I used defatted) is what makes them so soft and fluffy vs. other low carb breads made with gluten, but imo it also adds kind of a weird slimey mouthfeel when chewing on the bread for a while.
So I would be greatly interested in any experiments you guys have made subbing some of the flaxmeal for other flours like sesame, lupin, almond and so on... since making those rolls I have finally discovered Jennifer Eloff's website and her baking mixes (God, I love this woman ) and would like to try a combination of the flaxmeal/oat fiber mix with her low carb bake mix and adjust the gluten content accordingly. Will see how that works out...
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