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Mayflowers
Saturday, July 19, 2008, 1:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Does anyone know what is meant by the listing of Flaxseed bread. I mean, it's a beneficial for me but what brand, or version? What ratio of flaxseed to flour?  I've seen gluten free flaxseed bread in the HFS made with rice, which I'm avoiding because it flares up my arthritis (hope the GTD will take care of that) There's a recipe in the Recipe base. Is that what is meant, or any recipe of flaxseed bread? Do you see my dilemma?  
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Saturday, July 19, 2008, 2:34pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Anything that doesn't contain toxins would be fine. The more superfood content, the better. Read labels or make your own! If rice bothers you, then treat it as an toxin.  
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Have a look at this one.  I've made it once and rather liked the texture but found it very filling - having said that it keeps a few days.  But I thought it tasted a bit eggy as you put quite a few hole eggs in so I may substitute some with egg whites when I make it next

ps - make sure you use compliant oil and sweetener
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Thanks Lloyd
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yes, that s the only one I can get my hands on, down here!

I enjoy mine with millet thrown in for good measure....
also amaranth and quinoa......a real fiber bomb!


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It works with 4 or even 3 eggs. I also like to add 2 tbsp of millet. Adding pumpkin seeds, walnuts are recommended too.


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Koahia...that is the exact recipe that I use when I make my flax bread. The oil I use is Hemp, sometimes Walnut.  I do not use the baking powder at all, I use my homemade almond milk instead of water, I do not use sweetener.  I do add other ingredients from time to time ie. cinnamon or protein powder.  I cut it into serving size squares, freeze it & toast it daily for my mid-morning snack.  For my husband, I toast it & drizzle some Aguave syrup over the warm slice, yummy...it's kind of like french toast. My husband takes sandwiches to work, he's agreed to have me make his sanwiches using my flax bread...Bill has lost 5 pounds already...he's very happy & I think is becoming a believer.    
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My husband takes sandwiches to work, he's agreed to have me make his sanwiches using my flax bread...Bill has lost 5 pounds already...he's very happy & I think is becoming a believer.    


Good job, Rex! Plant, water, water, water.


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Drea...Tucker's looking gooood...a true indication that you are taking good care of him.  
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Quoted from koahiatamadl
Have a look at this one.  I've made it once and rather liked the texture but found it very filling - having said that it keeps a few days.  But I thought it tasted a bit eggy as you put quite a few hole eggs in so I may substitute some with egg whites when I make it next

ps - make sure you use compliant oil and sweetener


Thanks K.   I must have posted the same time you did..I didn't see it right away..Hey this has no flour in it at all!
Super high fiber. I'm just adjusting myself to flax now. It's getting easier to tolerate since I've been on the GTD. I will try it !!  
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Mayflowers
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I also wonder if this flax bread could be baked in a muffin top pan?   I bought a silicon one, though I'm worried about baking in these things. I was desparate. I couldn't find a metal one in a store.  I should have just ordered one.  Muffin top pans make the grain free rolls, using soy flour, or almond meal.
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I wouldn't use the silicon ones.  I don't trust them.  But that's just me.  The flax bread recipe should work fine as muffins.  I do that a lot.  Take a recipe (especially if it tends to be flat or crumbly or not-so-perfect) and just make muffins.  Smaller surface areas that need to rise + larger surface areas against the pan = superior fluffiness.


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The oil I use is a mix of Rice Bran oil and ghee-both diamonds for Hunters.

My first batch turned out crumbly but it was delicious all the same. I added cocoa powder & jaggery and it was as good as eating chocolate cake crumbs  .

I havent made flax bread in a while. It tends to mop up all my fluids...


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