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  1. I like Honeyville almond flour when I want a delicate texture. It's much finer than Bob's Red Mill, and it's the cheapest I've found, having a flat shipping rate no matter how much you buy. But Bob's works well in many recipes, especially traditional recipes. I did a sifting comparison of the above 2 brands and found that they both contain the same size particles, but Honeyville has a lot more fine particles, while Bob's Red Mill has a lot more large particles. It can make a big difference in your recipe, so using the right kind is important. Pat
  2. Corn Tortillas?

    Here's a great quick snack for corn tortillas: heat them up a little in the microwave or on a comal or griddle. Spread on a little butter and sprinkle on some cinnamon. In Mexico they roll them up with butter, cinnamon and sugar inside and bake them in the oven. Yum! Pat
  3. Cook Books

    Hi Ariauna, I don't have the cookbook you mentioned, but you can view some of it on: A cookbook I do have that I love is The Gluten Free Almond Flour Cookbook by Elana Amsterdam. Although many of her recipes include eggs, there are many that don't, including: pecan pie, fruit crisps and crumbles, many of her cookies, shortbread squares. She also has many amazing frostings and dessert sauces that don't have eggs. So even if I couldn't eat eggs I would still love this book, and I highly recommend it to you. The recipes are so good I think you will be inspired to make the ones work that do have eggs. Best wishes! Pat