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Tried and true! I use this for most everything all the time. I have also subbed superfine white rice flour in place of the brown and it works perfectly. I have a 5 litre jar with this ready in house always. I use this cup-for-cup in cakes, cookies and sweets. For crepes I take away two tablespoons adding buckwheat flour to the mix. For savoury and bread recipes that I am converting I typically use 3/4 cup of this mix to 1 cup regular wheat flour adding 1/3 cup of another flour (sorghum, millet, quinoa or similar) because it adds some flavour and nutrients. Thanks for sharing.
This is the best gluten free flour recipe I have found to date. GF flour tends to have a graininess to it--this recipe is much better. I have used it in brownies, cakes, pumpkin & banana bread, etc. I did end up doubling the xanthan gum after the pumpkin bread wasn't holding together well and it improved. This recipe is SO much better than store-bought GF flour. Thank you for sharing!
This is really a great 1 for 1 gf flour substitute! I've been using for quite a while with just about everything! I have also subbed white rice flour for the brown (all I had at the time) and it still is wonderful!
So far so good. I used this to sub the flour in Tasty Buns. I did add 1/4 cup extra flour to the dough because I needed to form the veggie burger buns. My sister loved it! Next up will be banana bread.
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