Help starting out!
Hi everyone! I stumbled across this forum trying to make sense of all the information on the internet!!
My husband was diagnosed with having sensitivities to wheat, eggs and milk, along other things, and I am now scrambling to find things he can eat. He seems to be doing fine with ancient grains such as spelt, but we unfortunately live far from any bakers that could provide such breads regularly... We have tried grocery store products, which have all been terrible, and I ahve now come to the conclusion that I will have to do this myself!
I have NEVER been anthing close to a baker...lol and tried my hand at a spelt bread last night! I wasn't a complete success but it was just as edible as the store junk we bought before... I have been told that starting with bread making should be done with 'regular flour" first but this is simply not an option.
Would anyone out there have recipes or tips that could help me start out without killing my poor husband or starving him to death! lol! We were always a very "bland" bread family before and I need all the help I can get :)