Baked goods—from chewy loaves of rustic bread and pizza dough to tender cakes and some muffins—rely on something called gluten. How does it work?
Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to
The Best Gluten-Free Pizza. Then, test cook Dan Souza
explains the science of gluten. Next, tasting expert Jack
Bishop conducts a tasting
Most gluten-free pizza tastes like wet cardboard. By examining every detail, we eventually came up with a crust that’s crispy outside and light and airy inside.
We stomached plenty of mushy, gritty, and bland noodles to find a superior gluten-free pasta.
Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies as good as the original.
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