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  • #8253
    Yenni
    Yenni
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    It doesn’t seem like you can actually find these flours” premade” and them being true gluten free?
    At least I have not being able to find a brand that is safe. Anyone make their own flour? Or has found a company where cross-contamination is not an issue?

    #9773

    I just received almond flour from Benefit Your Life http://www.benefityourlife.com I was using Bob’s Red Mill but Dr. O discovered I was still getting gluten from somewhere and we traced it back to Bob’s Red Mill. Even though it says it’s GF, it’s processed on equipment that makes all kinds of flours etc. so I’m guessing it was cross contamination somewhere. Hope this helps!

    #9775
    Norbert Banaszak jr
    redbird
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    You can order Blanched Almond flour direct from Honeyvillegrain.com. Their description says it is “certified gluten free” and we have tried it without problems. For us, it is expensive at 5lbs for $30.

    #9777
    Yenni
    Yenni
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    Thanks to both of you. Smile

    Yeah, I have been using Bob’s Red Mill, in lack of having my own flour mill and any other brand found locally, and I saw on their bags that there is cross-contamination issues. The fact that a company makes also gluten containing products always makes me not want to buy them. In general I don’t.

    #9789
    Jacqueline Scarbrough
    Jackie Scarbrough
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    Just wanted to add that nuts.com is where I get all my almond and coconut flour, it is also certified gluten free and they have organic of both.

    #9793
    Yenni
    Yenni
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    Thanks! Smile

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