I’ll never ever forget that day.
Back when my husband and I were newlyweds, we tried to find a loaf of gluten free bread that we could eat on a regular basis. We’d tried a few brands that were pretty mediocre, and now we’d come to a new store to try and find something better.
The only type of GF bread that they had was a loaf of this rice bread, so we bought it and took it home to try it out. At home, I put on some meat, cheese, and mayo to make a nice little sandwich, and then I took a bite of it.
I can’t even fully describe how bad that bread was. Dry. Sponge-like. Flavorless. And that only begins to describe it. I didn’t just want to spit the bread out, I wanted to rinse my mouth out after trying it.
That’s when I decided that I wasn’t going to subject us to this awful store-bought bread anymore.
If you eat a gluten free diet, you’ve probably been in a similar situation at some point. Let’s be honest – bread is awesome, and it’s the #1 food that people miss when they go gluten free.
What if you could make great tasting gluten free bread in your own kitchen? What if you had a recipe that worked every single time? That your whole family enjoyed eating? Wouldn’t that be pretty awesome?
Here’s something that might blow your mind: You (yes, you) can make amazing gluten free bread in your own kitchen. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never baked anything in your life. Maybe you’re completely new to this whole GF thing. It doesn’t matter.
Gluten free bread mixes and flours are so expensive. When I created this recipe I wanted to use the most inexpensive flours and ingredients that are commonly available. I was able to find nearly all of the ingredients for the bread at my local grocery stores in rural Alabama – so if I could find them there, you can find them anywhere! The one or two ingredients that my stores didn’t carry are easily ordered online and Amazon will send them right to your house.
Here’s what another student, Meadow, had to say:
Even the gluten eaters praised it and went for thirds. My daughter loves it also. She was totally blown away by how quick and easy it will be to make her own wonderful bread. Thank you so much. You are the Bread Goddess in our home.
Let’s talk about what exactly you can learn from my cooking course. First off, you get three new gluten free bread recipes:
In addition to the three recipes, I’ve written three jam-packed articles on baking GF bread that will teach you exactly how to get great results every time.
Most importantly, the cooking class includes a nearly 20 minute long video where I walk you step-by-step through baking a loaf of bread. You can see the exact ingredients I use, watch me mix it up, see the consistency of the dough, and gaze at the finished product!
Bread recipes are temperamental and it takes practice to learn what gluten free bread dough should look like. If you haven’t baked hundreds of loaves of gluten free bread, then it’s hard to know if you’re doing it right until it’s too late. By watching this video, you’ll be able to see what the dough should look like and make adjustments accordingly so that you don’t waste your ingredients.
Even my husband and daughter are eating it! I can finally have sandwiches again! Yeah! Thanks for all the help!”
I know that many of you struggle with multiple food allergies. The recipes included with in Gluten Free Bread 101 were written with you in mind. Before you purchase the class, check the ingredients below to see if one or more of the recipes will work for you.
If these recipes use ingredients that you are allergic to you can still sign up for the course. I’ll be happy to give you suggestions as to what substitutes you might want to try on your own.
Every cooking course that I offer has a 60-day money back guarantee. I’m confident that Gluten Free Bread 101 will answer your questions about baking delicious GF bread, because so many of my students have told me that they love it. But if you don’t find it helpful, just email me and I’ll refund your money.
No questions, no hassle. Just a quick and complete refund.
Q: How do your online cooking courses work?
A: Gluten Free Bread 101 is a virtual cooking class, which means that you can take it any time, from any place, and work through it at your own pace. You can even do it in your pajamas if you’d like.
Since this is an online course, you’ll get immediate access to everything the course offers. No waiting – even at 2 AM! I’ll tell you in the course content how to work through everything – usually you’ll start with one or two of the articles, then pick a recipe to try, watch the video(s) showing you how to do it, and then you can give it a shot!
Q: When I buy a class, how often or how long may I use the material? May I watch the video(s) over and over?
A: You can use the material as many times (and as often) as you like. It’s yours forever. The content of the course consists of a .pdf file that contains all of the articles and recipes for the class as well as the links to the online videos. You’ll work through the course contents in the order described in the introduction, at whatever pace works for you. And you can watch the videos as often as you like. You can even pause them, and come back later to finish them if you need to.
Q: I’ve taken cooking classes before and they cost much more than you are charging. Why are your prices so low. . . especially for a gluten free bread baking class?!?
A: You’re right. The prices on my classes are very low considering that (1) they cover a such a specialty topic, and (2) you can take them whenever you want and at whatever pace you want.
In-person cooking classes typically cost at least $100 for each session and I should probably charge more than that for a gluten free cooking class. However, I want these classes to be affordable for everyone that needs to be on a gluten free diet. So I will keep prices at a level that I think are reasonable. Depending on your budget, you might have to save up to buy a particular class… but the prices are within reach of most people.