Made in an allergy-friendly facility, no wheat, dairy, fish, shellfish, peanut, tree nut, soy, egg, mustard, sesame, or sulfites. Non GMO. Kosher and halal certified. Does not use corn flour. Does a good job with baked goods, particularly cookies.
While this is a measure-for-measure product, you will have to add liquids to some baked goods to get the baked good right. Check the labeling on the bag carefully.
Use the same amount of this product as you would regular flour for recipes. Doesn't have the grit problems of some other gluten-free flour mixes. Very smooth baked finish. Also certified kosher.
The measure-for-measure flour is convenient, but has added sorghum and xantham gum.
No need to adjust your measurements. Use the same amount as flour is called for all recipes. Price is for eight 2lb. bags. Bag is resealable. Opens wide for convenient scooping. Cooks well in lots of products, like cakes and cookies.
Be aware this product already contains xantham gum.
Simple ingredients. Mix of 5 flour types. No GMOs. No xantham gum. Good performance for baked goods. Easy to work with. Fine consistency. A good choice for breading on fried foods.
This blend includes almond flour, which will not work for people who avoid tree nuts. This is not a one-to-one ratio product.
Measures cup-for-cup on most recipes. Large bag. Vegan and organic. Does not contain xanthum gum. Makes good bread and cookies.
This product is labeled soy, egg, milk, and corn-free as well as gluten-free, but was produced on equipment that also makes products containing tree nuts, soy, eggs, and milk.
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Gluten-free all-purpose flour mixes give you the freedom to bake your favorite recipes without having to worry about wheat. The best mixes blend together non-allergen ingredients like rice and potato flours to create an all-purpose mix that comes close to approximating what you would find with traditional white flour. For ease of use, look for a product that measures on a one-to-one ratio with regular flour. The pitfalls of purchase are similar to other non-allergen products. You need to make sure that the ingredients list doesn't include something else you are trying to avoid. For instance, many of these products include xantham gum for texture. Others may include almond flour or may be processed in a facility that has exposed the product to tree nuts, milk, soy, or other allergens. Usually, these products perform well and offer those looking to avoid gluten the ability to make favorite baked goods they may have previously had to eliminate.
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