Cooking with Coconut Fibre

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    NowOrNever
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    So I got all excited and bought 3 pounds of cocnonut fibre thinking I would have a nice alternative to break.cake etc,

    Ive tried baking the cocnnut bread from the website twice and both times it has been extremely dry during the mixing stage, so much so that i had to add an extra egg etc just to get it to mix properly.

    Then, after i bake it, it takes forever to cook through, and even after extended baking the middle is still “raw”.

    After 2-3 days, in particular the lesser cooked bits, taste very very bitter and it becomes unedible.

    Can anyone provide links or any other tips on what is causing this and how i can best avoid it? I used the recioe on this site, and the above was the result 🙁

    Do I just need to use more stevia???

    Also, the consustentcy of it is far more like cake (ie dense) than bread (fluffy) – does this mean i am not using enough baking powder? (Red’s)

    #88347

    pictureperfect
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    the recipes are for coconut flour, not coconut fibre.

    #88350

    NowOrNever
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    apologies, i meant coconut flour. (i thought the terms were interchangeable).

    I am using coconut flour.

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