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Cheddar Cheese Bread



Note: This is a nicely flavored bread. Quite dense and similar to a biscuit in texture. I have also made it using cottage cheese and some herbs for a different flavor. The cottage cheese version is good for use as a "true" bread for a sandwich! (Way better than revolution rolls as a bread substitute!) .. This recipe can also be made using whey protein in place of the soy protein. I suspect you may also substitute Atkins bake mix for the soy flour but your carb counts will vary depending on the products you use. Soy protein however has 0 carbs.


Ingredients:
1/3 cup soy flour
1/3 cup soy Protein*
2 large eggs
1/2 Teasp baking powder
2 Tablesps sour cream
2 Tablesps olive oil
1/2 cup cheddar cheese -- grated
2 Teasps oregano
Preheat the oven to 375 F. Generously butter a loaf pan, 8 1/2 x 2 1/2.

Combine the soy flour, soy protein, eggs, baking powder, sour cream and oil in a bowl and mix well. Fold in half of the cheddar. Pour the batter into the pan and sprinkle the remaining cheddar on top.

Bake for 25 minutes, or until a tester comes out clean. Serve immediately or store, wrapped well in plastic wrap, in the refrigerator for up to 2 days or in the freezer for up to 1 month.


Scrumptious Bread II

Ingredients:
1 pkg dry yeast (Rapid Rise/Highly Active)
1/2 Teasp sugar
1 1/8 cup "baby bottle warm" water (90-100°F)
3 Tablesps olive oil
1 1/2 Teasps baking powder
1 Teasp salt
1 Tablesp Splenda
1 cup Wheat Gluten Flour 
1/4 cup oat flour
3/4 cup soy flour
1/4 cup flax seed meal
1/4 cup coarse unprocessed wheat bran

Pour yeast into bottom of bread machine pan. Add sugar and water. Stir, and let sit. (This is "proofing" your yeast to see if your yeast is alive. If it's not bubbling, it's dead and you can replace it without wasting all of the other ingredients).

In the meantime, mix all other dry ingredients together in a bowl. Add oil to bread machine pan. Add mixed dry ingredients. Set your machine to the basic cycle (3-4 hours) and bake.
Cool on a rack and enjoy.

SEE INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING BREAD WITHOUT A MACHINE AT BOTTOM OF PAGE

The sugar is totally consumed by the yeast and does not contribute to the carb count. I keep a few packets of restaurant sugar on-hand for this purpose so I never have to have a supply of actual sugar in the house. 
 "I've had best results using "Bob's Red Mill: Vital Wheat Gluten Flour". Whatever brand you use should be 6 grams (no fiber) per 1/4 cup on label and approx. 75% - 80% protein. It works great, keeps the taste and texture just like bakery bread, and keeps the carb count very low." - Lora

Makes 16 slices. 3.4 carbs per slice.

NOTE:  for the machine add water and oil to bottom of pan, and then dry ingredients, then yeast sprinkled evenly on top. After initial kneading cycle (about 40 minutes), stop the machine's kneading paddles so as not to over-work the dough, then finish baking in bread machine. The loaf comes out picture perfect, high and traditionally bread-like. With low-carb bread, you will discover  that practice makes perfect.

TO MAKE BREAD WITHOUT A MACHINE:
Follow the recipe in the same order as for the bread machine.
After you mix and knead all of the ingredients together, put the dough in a clean bowl and set it into a warm, draft-free place for about 45 minutes to an hour (one option is to turn on your oven for a pre-heat for a minute and a half to get it warm, then turn it completely off before setting the dough in to let it rise in the oven.) The dough should rise to about twice its original size. Afterward, knead slightly (do not over-knead - the gluten content will keep this bread from rising well the second time unlike "regular" bread! You'll want to be careful not to handle the dough too much after it rises the first time.) Put it in a loaf pan, cover and set in warm draft free place for another 30-45 minutes, and then bake at 380 degrees until done. (35-45 minutes - depending on your oven, you may have to shorten or lengthen the time.)

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