Vegan Bread Cookbook
Oh and Mexican Hot Chocolate Cupcakes too! Like, an amazing coverage of helpful guides just for you. Made with love. This makes the perfect gift for your friend or loved one who is unable to eat gluten, eggs or dairy hint hint.
Or for YOU! All photos are taken by Celine Steen and all recipes are created by Cara Reed. You guys are the best!
Still sounds so weird saying that. Hey Julie, I am so happy to hear you are loving the book! Let me know if you need help on anything else! Hello Cara! LOVE your cookbook! Thank you for all the great recipes. Your hard work has helped soooo many, me included. I do have a question about the Tomato Herb Focaccia Bread. Should I double the wet ingredients?
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Thanks so much! I am no longer making allergen friendly recipes so I apologize for the delay not to mention life has gotten a bit crazy these years. I will have a look at the recipe too and see…. My brother is struggling with canker sores in his mouth. He has come to the conclusion that whenever he eats gluten he gets canker sores.
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Now he has stopped eating gluten. So my question is, does gluten have anything to do with canker sores, and if so should he be gluten free? Cara, this book is amazing. I have tried a few recipes now. Two of the recipes that I tried.. And so was the coffeecake, the dough part of the cake felt very dry. I am not allergic to anything, so I use normal butter instead of vegan butter and same with the milk. Is there something I am not doing right or something I could do to make this right?
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Thanks, Riddhi. Hi Riddhi! It just sounds like the there is too much flour. All you need to do is scoop out the flour with a spoon to make it lighter. I have had an almost impossible time enjoying gluten free vegan baked items. Watch out Martha Stewart!!! Darn food makes me sick! Thank you for the kindness in your words. Martha Stewart?
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Excited to have the new cookbook. I have lots of allergies and digestive problems. So this cookbook is wonderful for me. I am having lots of success with the gluten free flours:. There are too many comments to read through them all to see if this was already asked… In your new book, is there a section with all the recipes for your flour blends?
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To answer your question, yes, there is a section with all the recipes for the blends AND an entire guide on how to create your own blend and how to use egg and dairy substitutes. Haha, thank you so much Crystal!! I am definitely working on getting the second book out so stay tuned! Thank you so much for loving the book and for all your support. I really like your site and your goodies! Is it possible to still use your recipes with regular ingredients?
Thank you! Hi Diane! I have had several people tell me that they have had success with some of them. Just pre-ordered your book! So looking forward to it. I really enjoy your recipes, the pictures and your website. Thank you for all the time and effort you put in helping people like me!!! Lots of love Cindy from Antwerp, Belgium.
Add the yeast mixture to the mixing bowl, beating well. It will have almost a matte finish.
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Transfer dough to a lightly floured surface. If dough is sticky, knead in more flour, a little bit at a time, until easy to roll. Divide dough into 6 equal balls and roll each into a long strand. Braid 3 strands of dough into a challah loaf, for a total of two challahs. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
In a pot with a wide opening, bring 8 cups of water and the baking soda to a boil. Gently and carefully, lower one challah into the baking soda solution. Using two wooden spoons or spatulas, carefully turn the challah so both sides get equally covered in the water, or bathe the top with spoonfuls of the solution. Remove after 30 seconds and place back on the parchment-lined pan. Repeat with the other challah.
Brush the top of each challah with some water from the pot and then top with salt or sesame seeds. Bake until challah start to brown, about 30 minutes. Dip in additional pretzel salt or kosher salt and add sesame seeds if you like.