The texture was just so different to supermarket flour - almost equal to the hand ground flour that you can get from the local Overbury estate (they have an antique hand flour mill in the kitchen). And I must say it makes one of tastiest loaves. Good spread with dulce de leche too......
Due to the low gluten content I played on the safe side and added a teaspoon of baking powder too, otherwise just used the normal bread recipe:
450 ml liquid - mostly hand-hot water, and a little olive oil
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1 pkt (7g) instant yeast
(1tsp baking powder for the spelt flour loaf; maybe try adding molasses too next time.)
How to knead bread? I was taught before I could talk - it often sounds odd when you meet people who have never done it before. There's a great youtube vid below to help you along.
There's some other bread shapes linked below and more pics on our facebook bread album (including the white wine foccacia.
Gluten free nettle soda bread
Soda bread - buttermilk vs. vinegar & water