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 and dense with crunchy, nutty definitely not hard, dry or crumbly, but instead soft and bendy with a crusty exterior.This recipe came about when I tried making a grain-free bread recipe using a mixture of buckwheat flour and.I then decided to substitute the chickpea flour with rice flour, but using half buckwheat flour and half rice flour still made the bread a little too heavy, both in terms of weight and texture. It was also a little dry and crumbly, and the buckwheat flavour was a bit overpowering for my liking.

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