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1. Get your hands on the Hamilton Beach breadmaker with a *gluten-free setting* and learn the basics of bread baking – you'll be making loaves in no time.
2. See which tips on baking gluten-free breads in a bread machine have worked for other people, so you can get the most out of your machine (and avoid density/texture/rising issues).
3. Stock up on the ingredients needed to make homemade GF bread, like coconut flour (substitute 1/4 to 1/3 per 1 cup flour and add extra eggs) and xanthan gum (a binding agent used in many GF recipes).
4. Watch this short video that shall prove just how easy GF baking can be.
5. Try a measure for measure bean-free flour – perfect for anyone who converts a lot of non-GF recipes, or doesn't like beans with their cornbread.
6. Don't be afraid to experiment. Baking is a science, but part of the fun of a breadmaker is trying out new ingredients and perfecting recipes. Convert this pumpkin banana bread recipe with measure for measure GF flour.
7. Give buckwheat flour a whirl, and bake some hearty buckwheat bread you'll want to make over and over again.
8. Create your next great GF sandwich with a sandwich bread recipe from King Arthur Flour.
9. If you love GF cinnamon raisin bread, get a breadmaker with a raisin, yeast, and nut dispenser to make the process even easier.
10. Avoid dairy and soy as well by baking this dairy-free, soy-free, GF bread.
11. Invest in a compact breadmaker with a GF setting (and loads of other handy features!) that can handle making two pound loaves for the whole family in no time.
12. Or bring a breadmaker into your home with similar features and no annoying alarm sound for less than half the price! Perfect for making GF beer bread that works best with a gluten-free setting.
13. Need more recipes? Check out 20 of the best GF breadmaker recipes from Gluten-free Easily, or tips for starting a GF diet.
Never be this sad bread baker again!
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