substitute(s) for unbleached all purpose flour
I am brand new to this site but have read it over the years. I am also not too swift with the computer and ask your indulgence. My daughter and I have been following the Eat Right 4 Your Type Diet and our blood type does not allow for any wheat products. I have been experimenting with spelt flour by itself, mixed in with rye flour and some results have been very tasty. However, just recently I made the deli rye from Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day for my husband and would like to be able to replicate it with other than wheat flour. I know there is a new flour available at Williams Sonoma called Cup4Cup which duplicates the all-purpose flour - from what I could ascertain that is made from potato flour, potato starch and tapioca starch. The potatoes are also a no-no. Does anyone have any thoughts on whether spelt flour, rice flour, amaranth flour or any other might give if not the same results similar results. I started baking bread some 50 years ago, stopped for many years and now at almost 90 I am starting to bake bread once more. Any assistance you can give me will be gratefully received.