I responded to a query about bread on http://glutenfreeguerrillas.healthunlocked.com. I normally don't contribute recipes for bread on this site as I now always use the potato protein I got from a LinkedIn contact, and this is not available in the shops. If you buy it from the company the minimum order is 15kg - and given you need a few grams/couple of spoonfuls for a loaf of bread this is an enormous amount. However, I offered to send some samples out to people if they wanted, and a batch of the flour I use, as I want to get feedback on my usual loaf.
I have been wondering whether to take the step of trying to bring this flour mix to market, which would be a lot of work, so feedback would be useful. I have also been talking to the company about the possibility of the potato protein being made available in consumer sized portions. This potato stuff doesn't upset my guts at all - I can't use zanthum/xanthum or other gums, and even have to stay away from flax/chia seed. It helps gf loaves to keep their shape so they don't slump if you want a full size/high loaf, and give improved texture even to pizzas and other flat breads.
I sent out six batches of the flourmix- enough for a loaf made in a one pound loaf tin, and 30g of the potato protein. I do hope these packages survive the post- I went to bed fretting that I hadn't double bagged everything. I sealed them in cellophane and built small posting boxes by chopping up a large box and wrapping with lots of parcel tape, so hope the transit is fine. I thought I should include a photo and instructions, so took the usual plain loaf ingredients and added a little cocoa and pumpkin and sunflower seeds to give a warm seedy loaf.
I'm hoping to get some feedback shortly. One person suggested that we buy a big bag of the potato protein and share it out between us. That is a great idea. If anyone reading this would like to join in and try so of this stuff let me know.