UPDATE: I have adapted the recipe and made it more akin to “regular” bread. Not 100% GAPS compliant, but fits in to Paleo. A nice variation for special occasions, but not an everyday thing.
This year we are dealing with some dietary setbacks. My son’s allergies that we thought were improving have taen a turn for the worse. He now has asthma which seems to be triggered by pollen, when he has a cold, and other unknown triggers. Luckily his teachers are very aware and helpful with his condition. Another setback has been with my oldest daughter. She has fought skin issues off and on, so we had an allergy test. She is allergic to dairy and eggs! This was especially tough to hear since we have been doing GAPS/Paleo for five years now…plus we raise and sell pastured, organic fed chicken and eggs. For her, it has added to the social awkwardness of eating non-SAD.
With Easter fast approaching, I wanted to experiment with making a gluten-free, dairy free, egg free, nut free bread-like equivalent for Good Friday. I wanted to complete the experiment this weekend so we can make a fresh loaf Friday morning. I read many recipes and read a few posts about ingredient substitutes. I found a combination and method that seem to fit the bill. Continue reading