Gluten Free Baead, tried several times but nothing edable
OK, not quite. I have had quite good results with 'Helen's Gluten Free White Bread Mix' (https://www.foodbyhelen.com/product/helens-gluten-free-sandwich-bread-mix-white/) but not the brown one she does (this created horable bread). I have also tried Brown and White using Dove Farm gluten free flour (https://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/products/freee/gluten-free-white-bread-flour-x-1kg). The brown is just about edible but the white is not. I followed the recepies they gave.
I am using a breadmaker and have tried both the 'gluten free' setting and the fast white one. I am using dove farm quick yeast (https://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/products/quick-yeast-1x125g). The problem I am having is everything comes out very heavy/quite solid and glupy (i.e. the opposite of fluffy, moist and solid).
What I actually want to do is make my own mix using rice flour and a number of other gluten-free flour like things but as I am generally having the same problem really need to advise.
I have 2 inedable loaves and one almost edable;( I should just clarify ime not beeing fussy, when I say inedableI i mean its a real strugle to get it down, it really is not nice. Cheap white slised cotton wool is a masive improvement (alough I dont actualy like it).
I am wondering if I qhould be using quick yeast (its what they have in the Dove Farm recipied) and how long the breadmaker programme should be.