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  1. Baking Flour?

    I use Pamela's Baking & Pancake mix for everything too - in fact I just made apple crisp 2 weeks ago and used it instead of regular flour to mix with the butter and brown sugar and it was wonderful! I didn't have to modify the recipe at all, just made like I normally would and substituted the Pamela's for the regular flour. If you don't like corn meal at all, you might not like it as it has almond flour in it and it can be a little grainy and who remembers the first 3 months after you were diagnosed and everything you ate tasted gritty like sawdust - ha ha! I use Pamela's for homemade pizza crust (be sure to bake until really brown), banana bread, corn bread, cookies, etc. Just don't use salt if the recipe calls for it, as the mix is salty enough by itself. Good Luck!