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Jeanne
Orcas WA
USA

Posted - Nov 29 2019 :  5:08:27 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello everybody,

I'm new to this forum. So wonderful that this network exists.

Due to some health challenges this summer, I've had to start eating non-gluten and mostly vegan.

I'm inspired to try to make quinoa bread, but read that one should grind their own quinoa flour. Has anybody try to use Bob Red Mill's organic quinoa flour?

I'm really excited for this new adventure. Absolutely love the book. Just gave a copy to my niece.

Thanks!

Jeanne

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Ashley
MOSCOW Idaho
USA

Posted - Nov 29 2019 :  6:23:40 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Jeanne,

The main concern with store bought quinoa flour is rancidity. While testing the quinoa mother, we didnít have any luck with store bought flours. Because of the high oil content in quinoa, it wants to go rancid rather quickly, which is why we started milling our own.

However, I donít recall Bobís Redmill milling an organic quinoa flour when we were testing recipes. I looked it up and the only ingredient is quinoa, which is great, so as long as itís fresh and stays that way, it should work. Iím intrigued by the Bobís Redmill organic flour and might pick up a bag to see what itís like.

Ashley Ogle
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