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Hi

Does anyone know of a source thru internet/mail order that sells this in smaller quantities (I don't need to buy a barrel full, if you know what I mean). <_<

I used to get the Corn mix from Ener-G but found Kinninick sold it without the baking powder. Now Kinni removed it from their website, so it appears that they don't sell it anymore. Ener-G was more expensive and had baking powder in it. :unsure:

This is driving me insane because I first used a Pepperidge Farm mix (before celiac disease) and they discontinued it - then for YEARS I had been looking for plain corn flour in supermarkets and specialty stores with no success, then found Ener-G brand at a small health food store - Ener-g's distributor stopped selling it in health food stores so you had to purchase it on their site, so another dead end - then I found a nice supply of it at Kinni's website and now it's gone too. What am I, the kiss of death? :(

also, would like corn bran, but gee, I am not going to ask for too much as I might kill that too!!

Can anyone help with info before I go off deep end? :blink:

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P.S. I've tried the Shiloh brand and think we had some cross contamination issues and will not use that brand again unless Shiloh can assure that they have gluten-free facilities, etc., etc.,

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Bob's Red Mill Flours have a corn flour--here's their site: http://www.farawayfoods.com/brmflours.html I used to get it at Krogers, before I developed an intolerance to corn too. Deb

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We've tried Bob's corn flour and that too was problemic...Bob's corn flour must not be processed in gluten-free facility or it'd say "gluten-free" on the label.

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I'm sorry Deb, that's all I know--I cant have corn flour anymore so I dont look for it. I know you can get gluten-free cornmeal, I had some for cornbread last Christmas, that's when I found out I no longer can tolerate corn flour. I know you can find 100% corn flour, but finding the dedicated lines is the hard part. I hope you find what you need. Deb

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