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Gluten Free Nomad

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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. 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. Hi Ariauna, I don't have the cookbook you mentioned, but you can view some of it on: http://books.google.com/ 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