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valf5674@gmail.com
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Val
Perryville AR
USA

Posted - Oct 09 2023 :  2:01:50 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi yíall, so I started my mother two weeks ago with the eaten brown rice, flour, I have followed the directions carefully, but I donít feel like itís doing what it needs to. Occasionally, I will see a little bubble or movement, but not very often. Last week I made a batch of waffles, it was week one. They looked beautiful. The taste was a little bit sour, but I kind of expected that, unfortunately, within 10 minutes of eating one, I was sick at my stomach. I tried to do the float test today but itís just too soupy itís not like a batter at all. Can anyone offer any help? Am I doing something wrong? I really want to make this work, but I am at the end of the first 5 pounds of flour and I donít feel like itís going well.

Val Frith

valf5674@gmail.com
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Val
Perryville AR
USA

Posted - Oct 09 2023 :  2:03:11 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
That should have said Eden

Val Frith
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MaryJane
MOSCOW Idaho
USA

Posted - Oct 12 2023 :  06:30:54 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We havenít worked with Eden brown rice flour. Their products are usually of excellent quality. Did you buy it in a store or online direct from Eden? Do you see an expiration date on the package? Letís start with the quality of your flour and go from there. And last, are you gluten free or will another, less challenging flour work for you?

MaryJane Butters, author of Wild Bread ~ for we were all one family then ~
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