What do you use for flower in gluten free recipes?

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    Instead of flour in gluten free recipes, you can use gluten-free flour. You can help make the gluten-free flour more like regular flour by adding certain compounds such as protein, or guar gum.

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    There are other types of flour that aren’t made out of wheat.  For example, you could use rice flour in place of standard flour.  Most health food stores have a wide selection of flours made from various types of grain.  Take a look next time you’re in one.  Also, the measurements might be a little different, so double check with recipes to get a good idea of how much you’ll need.

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    If you are baking, there are a number of gluten free mixes that are available for cakes, cookies, pie crust, cornbread, muffins, brownies, pizza dough, and bread. My favorite is a company called “Gluten Free Pantry” but there are many options out there. Many health food stores have a pretty impressive selection of gluten free options. 

     

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    There are now several options available for gluten-free flour, including amaranth, arrowroot, buckwheat, cornmeal, millet, potato, quinoa, rice, sorghum, soya, tapioca, and teff. Personally, I’ve found that baked goods made with rice flour have a gritty texture, but those made with tapioca and binding agents like xantham gum don’t seem to have the issue with grittiness. 

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    In flourless chocolate cake, you don’t even need a flour substitute, however there are more eggs in it than in other cake recipes, which contribute to the leavening and structure. Here is a great recipe for gluten-free, flourless chocolate cake.

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