The landscape of gluten-free yeast baking has changed drastically over the last few years, leaving bakers better off in some ways and more confused in others. You no longer have to hand-blend eight different flours and starches to bake a loaf of bread. Phew! But now you need to select the right gluten-free flour to use in your recipe, especially when baking with yeast. Why is gluten-free yeast baking extra tricky? Because gluten is key to the structure of yeast bread.