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The Best Gluten-Free Sourdough Recipes

By Rachel Conners @bakeritablog
These are the Best Gluten-Free Sourdough Recipes for you to try! If you want to get start making gluten-free bread, here are all the recipes you'll need. This covers everything from how to make a gluten-free sourdough starter, to a classic gluten-free sourdough bread loaf, gluten-free sourdough pizza, and gluten-free sourdough focaccia, plus tons of recipes to use up your gluten-free sourdough discard!

The Best Gluten-Free Sourdough RecipesThe Best Gluten-Free Sourdough Recipes

Ever wanted to make your own gluten-free sourdough bread? Well, you've come to the right place! Since I started baking gluten-free sourdough bread in June of 2020, I fell deep into the gluten-free sourdough bread rabbit hole. It is a delicious obsession!

Whether you've made sourdough bread before and need to transition to gluten-free sourdough, you're already a gluten-free sourdough bread baker wanting to try new recipes, or you're just dipping your toes in the water of sourdough, this post has guidance on how to get started!

What is sourdough?

Sourdough bread is any bread that is leavened with a sourdough starter instead of yeast. Sourdough starter has naturally occurring yeast in it that is harnessed from the air and cultivated over time by feeding it flour and water. While it is traditionally made with wheat flour, you can also make it with gluten-free flour!

Do I need a gluten-free sourdough starter?

Yes! Before you get going on your sourdough journey, you'll need a gluten-free sourdough starter. This is pretty easy to make with just gluten-free whole grain flour, water, and time!

A healthy, happy starter is what will give you good bread. Without an active, happy starter, your bread will be dense and won't rise well when it hits the oven. So, make sure to give your sourdough starter the love and attention it deserves before you get started on your bread journey!

I hope you have fun entering the world of sourdough - it's a fun rabbit hole to go down!

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