Since September 2013 I have excluded gluten form my diet and I am going to be honest, I have always been curious if one day I would be able to bite a piece of bread and feel no discomfort symptoms. Well, for now I am sticking with the gluten free eating and am very proud I was able to make this bread.
It looks and smells great. And guess what!? It taste great too.
Needed ingredients :
Millet flour 55g
Quinoa flour 120g
Whole grain rice flour 100g
Fruit yeast 65g
Luke warm H2O 240ml
Sea Salt 5g
What to to:
Mix well all the flours in a bowl. ( I use KitchenAid mixer)
Add the yeast, salt and water.
Mix on low speed until dough forms.
take the dough and shape it in a loaf.
Place it back in the bowl.
Cover it with a lid.
Let it stay at room temperature to raise. (Gluten free bread does not raise much and we do not nee to punch back and knead the dough again.)
Withe wet hands shape the dough into desired bread.
I am sharing a bit from my upcoming book "Food for Mind and Body". This is my way of finding inner peace by breath and movement. Everyone of us breathes to live. When we let our body to move flawlessly, we feel free. Practicing yoga is exactly it! To breathe consciously and let our body move. This is the key to our inner balance.... It is normal to have the need to follow somebody's example and to strive to make the yoga poses. Know that the path to any pose is yoga! The pose is the result from the movement. It is the point of stillness. WE are the ones who make the rules! Be kind, gentle and patient with yourself. Notice and register each and every progress and change. Relax and enjoy what you are able and can do....Everything is in the freedom of the movement. The movement with lightness and ease." - from "Food for Mind and Body"