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I am new to this website but have been gluten-free for 6 years. Not up on the latest information, I bake my own breads but haven't really found satisfaction with my recipe results.

I saw the ad here for Tom Sawyer Flour- that it can be used for any recipe that calls for wheat flour. Does anyone have experience with it?

Thanks, Karen

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nope, never even heard of it. I use Orgrans All purpose flour, and they have a self rising flour as well, I use this just as I would have used wheat flour in a recipe.

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nope, never even heard of it. I use Orgrans All purpose flour, and they have a self rising flour as well, I use this just as I would have used wheat flour in a recipe.

Thanks for responding. Where do you get Orgrans? Karen

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nope, never even heard of it. I use Orgrans All purpose flour, and they have a self rising flour as well, I use this just as I would have used wheat flour in a recipe.

Does it work just in any old non-gluten-free recipe? LIke Cake, cookies, etc? I get awful tired trying to remeber which of 5 dozen different flours I will need to buy when I am at WIld Oats! Be nice ot have a baiscly universal mix... worth paying a little more for jstu some storage space back! :huh:

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Does it work just in any old non-gluten-free recipe? LIke Cake, cookies, etc? I get awful tired trying to remeber which of 5 dozen different flours I will need to buy when I am at WIld Oats! Be nice ot have a baiscly universal mix... worth paying a little more for jstu some storage space back! :huh:

I ordered 5 lbs. so we will see how it does. I will post afterwards. Karen

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I ordered 5 lbs. so we will see how it does. I will post afterwards. Karen

LOL I just dug up this thread and PM'd Nini since I guess she never saw my question. Please dont forget let me know how you make out! :D

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LOL, sorry Vincent... I lose track of which threads I've posted on and don't always recheck them!

To answer the question yes, I use it the same in recipes 1:1 as regular flour, if I can't find the Orgran one in the store, I get The Gluten Free Pantry's All Purpose Flour Mix, it also works just as well, it's just a little more expensive than Orgran.

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LOL I just dug up this thread and PM'd Nini since I guess she never saw my question. Please dont forget let me know how you make out! :D

I promise!!! :)

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WEll just stoped at the store that carreis the GFP line to try the flour, and :( the owner told me she does no think she will be open more then couple more months. :( And thier shelves were quite empty... she said most of thier suppliers have folded and they just cant get product any more. :(

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WEll just stoped at the store that carreis the GFP line to try the flour, and :( the owner told me she does no think she will be open more then couple more months. :( And thier shelves were quite empty... she said most of thier suppliers have folded and they just cant get product any more. :(

OH NO!!! That's terrible! I wish there was something we could do!

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