General Tips


We recommend that if you are baking one of our yeast rising breads that you give it enough time to  rise, two hours is standard.  If the bread rises too quickly it will create in air pockets and the bread will collapse when removed from the oven.  But here is an email from a customer "I have to disagree with the advice about not letting bread rise in a warm oven. I have a fan-assisted electric oven which, when on it's lowest setting, provides the perfect even temperature for bread rising - out of the cold British drafts!" - Trish (Customer)

Review instructions on package carefully and have all the wet ingredients measured out in advance. Also gather any equipment in advance and have prepared, i.e. bread loaf pans lightly oiled and dusted with rice flour.

Follow instructions as stated and in the order listed.