How to make it

  • mix all ingredients well
  • store in an airtight container in the refrigerator
  • use this flour mix instead of wheat flour in quick breads, cookies

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  • tumblewords 5 years ago
    just tried the mix for pancakes. It was the best have tried and believe me I have tried many !!
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    " It was excellent "
    gagagrits ate it and said...
    Peeta thanks for this post, I am trying to make things taste as close to normal as possible for my granddaughter. We are trying to make a pizza crust or even bread, I guess that doesn't have the real heavy dense consistency. Any advice?
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  • miniwylie 6 years ago
    DO you use this recipe for making regular breads at all. Like the kind you can make sandwiches and have toast. If you do not what do you use??
    I am moving to a place that the closet health food store is an hour away. I am not sure what they carry yet. Would like to start making my own breads.
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  • shawdowsmom 6 years ago
    I haave a food sensitivity to potatoes as well as gluten. Is there a flour I can use instead of potato starch that will work? Thanks!
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  • pattycake 6 years ago
    Thank you!
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  • esherbow 6 years ago
    Thanks for sharing Wwndy Warks gluten-free flour mix recipe!
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  • thesagechef 6 years ago
    how is the texture on this bread? And do you use any yeast when baking? just asking due to food allergens
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  • peetabear 6 years ago
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  • new2gf 6 years ago
    Yes, I just tried your GF corn bread recipe, but I melted the butter first and used buttermilk to replace the milk. It was good thanks for the recipe.
    new2gf
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  • babydumpling 7 years ago
    Thanks so much for adding this. I gave it a go... I like it better... much. = )
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  • peetabear 7 years ago
    you can get most of them in a supermarket.. Ours carries the rice flours and the xanthan in the natural or health food section. Potato starch and tapioca starch is found in the kosher section..sweet rice flour in the oriental section. If not found in your local supermarket then your local health food store..Look in the gluten-free section or in the area that has flours. If they aren't available, then I can give you a couple of web sites.. good luck and let me know.
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  • pointsevenout 7 years ago
    What kind of specialty shop has all of these flours? I'm sure my local super stores do not carry them.
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  • lollya 7 years ago
    Thanks for adding this.
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