I have a cousin with Celiac disease and this is her first Thanksgiving since her diagnosis so I’ll definitely be sharing this post with her. Thanks!
Last night my friends hosted an early Thanksgiving. They normally go to Austria for Thanksgiving holiday and celebrate it the week before. My friend’s husband was diagnosed with a gluten allergy last year and is still being tested for Celiac disease. They have transitioned to gluten free living pretty easily, but he has been missing bread. We also wanted to make sure we could have all the traditional dishes for Thanksgiving, that were safe for him. My friend is a wonderful cook, but does not think of herself as a baker, so I wanted to test out the recipes before we did it together.
So a couple of weeks ago I started practicing for Gluten Free Thanksgiving. I made a loaf of bread using the local Turkish gluten free flour mix. Thankfully the flour mix also includes xanthan gum. The bread turned out really well, it was a little eggier…
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