So you want to venture into gluten-free baking? If you want to avoid eating baked goods with the texture of a brick you'll need to check out this helpful infographic offering nine tips for successful gluten-free baking.
First off, you should know that all flours are not created equal, thus it can be tricky to substitute wheat flour in the right proportions. This infographic offers several suggestions for flour substitution, measurements and hacks that you will find incredibly helpful.
Lack of moisture in gluten-free baked goods is always a problem but you'll find solutions for that too thanks to ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
Not thrilled with the texture of gluten-free breads and cookies? You'll want to familiarize yourself with ingredients like xanthan gum and guar gum, which will add a nice texture to your gluten-free baked goods.
Still hungry? If you've vowed off gluten then click below to open the ultimate guide to gluten-free living where you'll find tips on everything from what foods to avoid to which grains you should be cooking.
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