gluten free bread falls

My gluten free bread rises nicely at it proceeds through the bread
maker machine. When it is done it has fallen 30 percent and is very
dense. The recipe is for a bread machine. Is it normal fot gluten free
bread to fall? How can I make a gluten free bread with the same
texture and lightness of wheat bread?
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MisterB
I don't think you can. I've been making GF bread for years by hand. It is always dense. If you're looking for a bakery/wonder bread texture you're out of luck. It won't happen. I've even bought GF bread mixes and get the same results. If you are Celiac or gluten sensitive, light store bought breads are a thing of the past for you. Been living GF for 11 years now. Purchased GF sliced breads are a dried out nightmere and tasteless. So either learn to like the heavier breads or eliminate bread from your diet as many do. ------------------------------------
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