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Gluten Free Bread: Japanese Milk Bread is the Softest Bread Ever

Gluten Free Bread: Japanese Milk Bread is the Softest Bread Ever
This is about to knock your gluten free socks off: a loaf of super soft gluten free bread that is easy to make, and doesn’t intimidate (I’m here for you!). BOOM! Have you ever heard of Japanese Water Roux (Tangzhong)? As a card-carrying member of the Food Dorks Academy, I love learning what other cultures do to make bread. And then I hunker down and bury myself in figuring out how to make it into gluten free bread for us. I might not be the most fun at parties any more. But if you make this supersoft gluten free bread that stays fresh forever, you might just see that I’m tons of fun in the kitchen. This is what it looks like. To make the water roux, I placed 47 grams (about 1/3 cup) all-purpose gluten-free flour and 1 cup water in a small saucepan and whisked to combine well. Then let it cool. The dough is shaggy. Then roll each piece out into a disk about 1/2 inch thick. Loosely stack the folded pieces of dough in a loaf pan. Softest Gluten-Free Bread: Japanese Milk Bread Prep time:

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