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After a little tinkering in the kitchen, I created a gluten-free version of Rosie's spicy, sweet bread. While developing the gluten-free version of the recipe, it was important to me that the pumpkin and spice flavors came through. I didn't want to mute the flavors of the bread with strongly flavored gluten-free flours. To help with this, I looked to white rice flour and cornstarch. They did the job nicely. Not only does the flavor of the bread shine, they also combine to create a great texture. The crumb is damp and soft, like a good quick bread should be. If you prefer to bake with brown rice flour, however, you can substitute it successfully in this recipe. Brown rice flour adds a slight nutty flavor and a bit of a coarser texture to the finished loaf.

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