Gluten Free Flour can be expensive. This gluten free flour mix uses just 4 basic ingredients, takes only 10 minutes to make, can be used in any recipe, and costs less than $1 per pound. It is perfect for those who stock a minimalist prepper pantry with versatile ingredients.
Cheap Gluten Free Flour Blend
• 4 cups tapioca starch
• 2 cups rice
• 2 cups oatmeal
• 2-3 tbsp xanthan gum (optional)
*Grind fine as possible. Preferably with a flour mill, but a burr grinder or blender will also work in a pinch.
**UPDATE: Recently I have removed the xanthan gum from the flour mix and now just add it to each recipe I am making. There is more control over the xanthan this way.
Bulk Xanthan Gum on Amazon: http://geni.us/zp5JpB
**UPDATE: We now use the Wondermill Electric Grain Grinder...and it is awesome! Find it here: http://amzn.to/2sFIGaq
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