flours which contain no gluten. Being gluten free does not mean that you have to sacrifice the foods you love. In fact some dishes may even taste better with these flours.

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All the information you need to know about Gluten Free Flour Substitutions, including uses, nutrition information, and what's in each blend! You need this gluten free guide on your refrigerator.

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A quick guide to gluten-free whole grains, white starches, and even a basic recipe for your own gluten-free baking mix.

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Gluten-Free Crazy Dough - make one dough, keep it in your fridge and use it for anything you like: bread, pizza, dinner rolls, cinnamon rolls, garlic knots, pretzels, focaccia, etc.

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These Gluten Free Quick and Easy Morning Pancakes are an absolutely perfect gluten free pancake made with Cup 4 Cup Gluten Free Flour. You can make these any morning! I cannot tell you how ecstatic…

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3 c each brown rice flour and tapioca starch, 2 c sorghum flour, 1 c coconut flour == combine flours - store in a large airtight container - - add xanthan gum to your dry ingredients, not to the flour mix (1/4 t - 1 t per cup of flour depending on what you are making) - use cup for cup (a little additional liquid may be necessary in recipes due to the absorbency of the coconut flour)

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The ultimate guide to Gluten-Free flours, and a detailed step-by-step guide to making your own! Saves money and cuts additives. (Includes: all-purpose, self-rising, and cake flour gluten-free recipes...keep scrolling).

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