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I got a grain mill and ground 1/2 white rice and 1/2 brown rice in flour. I then made some corn flour out of popcorn.

The kids were able to have "corndogs" for lunch today. Not that I want them to eat that meat all the time but it does take away some of the stress of the 'no" to everything all the time.

Next time, I will add some kind of starch to my mix - probably tapioca - as it was a little crumbly. The taste was awesome!! If everything turns out like this, the only thing we will miss about wheat is the convenience.

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The kids were able to have "corndogs" for lunch today. Not that I want them to eat that meat all the time but it does take away some of the stress of the 'no" to everything all the time.

Congrats on your culinary success! :) I am sure Mom feels good today!

You could try this next time (she lists measurements for baking powder, gelatin, etc) which may help with the "crumbly aspect":

http://deliciouslyorganic.net/organic-real-food-on-a-budget-homemade-corn-dogs/

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Thanks for the info

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Convenience is the enemy.....:)

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That sounds fun! Do you mind me asking what brand/model the mill is?

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I ordered just a plain, no frills vitalmill.

I decided that was going to be cheaper in the long run than buying all the premade flours since the whole family is gluten-free. I'm in the experimenting phase now but we all were impressed with the flavor.

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