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Hi Tena! Great question for the psyllium husk. If you have powder, it will work perfectly. Simply use less than 2 tablespoons. I just corrected the weight in grams in the recipe post. So if you weigh the powder versus the whole psyllium husk, it should be 14 grams (20g is a bit much). If you are measuring, 1 heaping tablespoon should do the trick. As for the starches, potato starch helps the texture and flavour, but using a combo of tapioca and arrowroot could probably work. I haven’t tried using just one cup of one single starch in this recipe. If you have and can consume GF oat flour, it could be a sub to consider for one of the starches. Let us know if you try a modified version of this recipe and how it works out for you!

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