Bread, Gluten-Free, Vegan

Many-Seeded Gluten-Free Rustic Bread

In a lengthy and on-going catalogue of disasters this is the first gluten-free loaf I’ve made that I’m actually quite proud of! ¬†For a start, it’s edible (which has got to be a point in it’s favour ūüôā ) and it slices beautifully, toasts successfully and is made with lots of good things…. sunflower seeds, chia seeds, linseed and hemp seeds….to name but a few.

It’s actually very tasty, it looks quite dense, but is both moist and surprisingly light. ¬†It has a sweet nutty earthy flavour.

I tend to make or buy sour-dough bread, which on the whole I find pretty good for me, but¬†this is the start to¬†a big experiment, and in the next month, and possibly longer, I shall only be cooking gluten-free. ¬†I’m quite excited about exploring a world without gluten. ¬†I’ve had a niggling gluten intolerance for years (some forms of gluten-based products seem OK)… but¬†now I’m thinking to try being completely gluten-free…so I’ll only be posting gluten-free for some time to come….

I’m really pleased with this bread, as it worked out very well, and is also adaptable …. different flours…different seeds…nuts…dried fruit…etc. ¬† ¬†we shall see ūüôā

A final note, I use oat flour in this recipe, because it has a slight moistness that helps. ¬†Sometimes, oats can ‘accidentally’ contain other grains so look out for certified gluten-free oats/oatmeal/ oat flour. ¬†Also, some people may have an intolerance to oats, in which case, swap the oats for another flour such as hemp flour or teff flour.

Hope you enjoy!



makes 1 large loaf

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