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Hi Sarah, without oat or nut flour, the texture will change. You could try with an all-purpose GF mix, but the texture can be different depending on the flour and starch combo and if the mixture includes xanthan gum or not. There’s also tiger nut flour (not an actual nut flour) that could be considered to replace the option with nut flour, but I haven’t tested it myself. If you decide to experiment a little, let me know how it turns out.

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