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Yeast free gluten free bread

In most cases, people with celiac disease have a problem with the immune system, which often manifests as general exhaustion. The causes are different, most commonly is anemia (iron deficiency in the bloodstream), overgrowth of candida fungus (candidiasis), Thyroid disruption, … Candida is also found in a healthy organism, but its level is controlled. If the candida level in the body starts growing, its toxic…

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Gluten free donuts

Gluten-free diet today is not as complicated as it was 20 years ago. More and more people eat or are familiar with gluten-free food being so because of their own interests or interests of their friends or family. Therefore, the quality is getting better every single day and more and more products are available. This brings us to the fact that today’s specialties, such as…

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Gluten free rolls

People who get diagnosed with celiac disease, usually have problems making a good dough for pastry, because it differs from gluten one. As for anything in life, experience and practice are always welcomed. I can not guarantee that you will get perfect rolls from the first try, especially if you don’t have previous experience, but I am sure that if you follow the instructions you…

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Gluten free bread

Gluten free bread is something that every Celiac or gluten intolerant person will first try to make in her kitchen. There is a lot of gluten free bread that you can buy in a store, but many of them are not good quality and don’t taste good. We can all agree that the best bread is a hot, homemade bread. Crunchy crust, and soft inside…..

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Cracklings pastry

It doesn’t look atractivly when you imagine pastry full of crackling, but the taste is incredibly good. In Serbia we call it Bačka pogača, which means Pastry from Bačka – a geographical and historical area divided between Serbia and Hungary. Most of the area is located within the Vojvodina region in Serbia and Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina. This recipe is caracteristic for this area…

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Gluten free rustico bread

When you start eating gluten free, first thing you want to make is bread. That’s not always easy. For perfect gluten free bread, you’ll need perfect recipe.  There is so much improvisation on a theme bread. Some are fluffy inside with a crispy crust outside, some are dark and compact inside, some are with a lot of different kinds of seeds, and some are a…

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Avocado pizza

There are several different ways how to make a pizza dough, I personally like this one the most. You already had the opportunity to read about this principle on my blog. The only difference is that I didn’t let the dough rise this time, and the result at the end was great. Ingredients: 250ml lukewarm water 1 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon dry yeast 50ml sunflower oil pinch of salt 210 g flour (Schar, Mix B) 100ml of tomato juice…

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Integral buns

You can also call it Rustic Buns … These Integral buns can be also a regular gluten free buns, depending on which flour do you use. I wanted to try Schär Mix per pane Rustico, Brot Mix flour and because of the structure of the flour, I called these buns Integral. The proportions of the water and flour are the same if you decide to use…

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Gluten Free Pizza by Tea

Is there something better than hot crispy pizza? In a country like mine, people who have problems with gluten doesn’t have the opportunity to go outside and just buy gluten free pizza. If you want to eat it, you have to make one. Every time. I was lucky to experience a home delivery gluten free pizza in the United Kingdom and to eat it in restaurants in Italy and Austria. I can’t decide which one…

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3 in 1 bread

 This 3 in 1 bread is not only tasty, it also looks amazing! It is perfect for some celebrations, picnics, for breakfast or lunch .. it goes with everything. I don’t want to write much about it, because you have great video at the end of the post, where you can see how to make it.  Ingredients: Dough: 300ml water 1tsp sugar 1tsp yeast 350g flour…

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Gluten free bagels in Vienna – Where to eat and how to make them

The idea for gluten free bagels occurred to me during my visit to Vienna. I spent a few days there and every morning I was going to Blue Orange Coffee & Bagel for a breakfast. That is one bright and cozy cafe/restaurant where beside the regular food, they also serve a vegetarian and gluten free sandwiches and bagels. The bagels are warm and specially packed.  My experience with…

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Croissant

I was very nervous about this recipe. There is a lot of different methods how to make this pastry, but when gluten free diet is involved then is not that easy to get the original croissant. One ingredient that every recipe for this dish include is time. If you want to get the right dough you will have to be patient. I was making these croissants for two…

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Donuts

In Serbia, we call it Mekike – some kind of donuts. It is a delicious pastry you can eat with various/additional ingredients, salty or sweet. I can say it is a traditional meal in my country. We have learned to make it from our great – grandmothers, like much other delicious food. I must admit that nothing can compare to the food they used to make, but we…

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Käse Schnecken

Translated in English means cheese snails, for the shape of the pastry. You can make it empty, or with various/additional ingredients. My favorite is with cheese, so today I will show you how to do that. The main thing is how to make the dough. This kind of dough requires time. Be patient, because the result is indescribable! You will see. To make the dough you…

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