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Oatmeal Flour Instead Of Wheat?
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Has anyone tested out a "normal" recipe substituting gluten-free oat flour for wheat flour, with no other flours or sustitutions?

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Has anyone tested out a "normal" recipe substituting gluten-free oat flour for wheat flour, with no other flours or sustitutions?

No, i always cook gluten free recipes

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I did this with my old banana bread recipes years ago before I was gluten free. That one worked fine. Haven't tried it since.

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Tends to be DENSE! Really dense!

I have found, if you toast the product

1st you get a better grinding result.

IE: Millet, quinoa, oats toast so nicely,

why not give it a hand at grinding your

own? Coffee grinder will work, small batches.

You'll feel like The Little Red Hen!!

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I bake a LOT and use blends. One of my favourites includes sorghum, millet and tapioca. I also use chestnut, almond, coconut, amaranth, teff, garfava, lentil, corn, quinoa and many other starches. They all have different properties, such as rising, colour, texture, chew and so on. I would not use only oat flour to replace wheat flour. I often replace flour blends in gluten recipes - there is no reason why not. Cakes, cookies, brownies, muffins and so on can work well. Yeast breads? Not so much. You just need to know what each starch does and learn ratios. :)

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