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Hi! So all sorghum flour no white rice flour? I haven’t tried it with this recipe. Are there any other GF flours you have on hand?

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Hi Emily! I think it could work although I can’t remember if I did test it with brown rice flour instead of white rice flour. If you do try it please let us know how it turns out.

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Hi Shen! Sorghum flour is very light in texture and flavour. I’m afraid that sweet rice flour (glutinous rice flour) or starches might not work as well. Maybe light buckwheat flour or GF oat flour could work but I can’t say for sure because I did not try these alternatives for this recipe. Maybe millet flour could work too?

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Hi Ziv! Have you played around with testing making bread with the ingredients that are safe for you? Let me know what you’ve tried and I will do my best to help you. I just found your message today. Sorry for the late reply.

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