Comparison and acceptabilty of gluten-free yeast breads made with quinoa flour
Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd) is a plant that is native to South America and is grown in the Andean mountains. The quinoa plant is resistant to harsh weather conditions and drought. It is a gluten free (GF) grain and has significance in making a GF yeast bread for people who cannot safely consume gluten proteins due to celiac disease, gluten allergies, or other issues. Most GF yeast breads on the market are made with a large portion of white or brown rice flour, which is neutral in taste, easily digestible, but low in vitamins and nutrients compared to quinoa flour. Quinoa flour is more ...
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