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You can choose your own flours and try out what is best to your taste. Even plain white gluten-free flour is a possibility for a more simple sandwich bread.
A great idea is to put some herbs or spices to make a Mediterranean bread or maybe a curry bread for an Indian touch.
You can put all kinds of seeds or nuts you like, but don’t overload.
I sprinkled a little rice flour on the top before baking to give it a more ‘bakery’ look.
I store my bread in a clay pot. You can also freeze it, best after slicing it. This way you have ready portions.