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It might just be the flour. A quick google search will provide you with leavening agent ideas (I haven't experimented with too many of them with this particular flour), but since the main ingredient in this flour is bean-based (garbanzo and fava, plus tapioca flour) then it will usually have a slight to strong bitter … see more It might just be the flour. A quick google search will provide you with leavening agent ideas (I haven't experimented with too many of them with this particular flour), but since the main ingredient in this flour is bean-based (garbanzo and fava, plus tapioca flour) then it will usually have a slight to strong bitter aftertaste. I've only ever had success with this flour with pastries like cookies, cakes, and sweet breads (like banana or zucchini bread) where a lot of sugar "fixes" the bean flavor. Stuff like pancakes that don't have a lot of sugar have never tasted good for me, the flour itself is just too bitter. see less It might just be the flour. A quick google search will provide you with leavening agent ideas (I haven't experimented with too many of them with this particular flour), but since the main ingredient in this flour is bean-based (garbanzo and fava, plus tapioca flour) then it will usually have a slight to strong bitter aftertaste. I've only ever had success with this flour with pastries like cookies, cakes, and sweet breads (like banana or zucchini bread) where a lot of sugar "fixes" the bean flavor. Stuff like pancakes that don't have a lot of sugar have never tasted good for me, the flour itself is just too bitter.
By Edelet on June 24, 2014
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One cup of Bob's Red Mill weighs 140 grams or approximately 5 ounces.
By Maria M. O'Neill on September 3, 2013
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Garbanzo bean flour, potato starch, tapioca flour, white sorghum flour, fava bean flour
By Rachel Stolarz on September 10, 2015
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I take my Mothers Banana Bread recipe and just exchange the flour called out in the recipe with Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour Mix. Equal amounts.
By Amazon Customer on June 21, 2013
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you can't purely sub tapioca, it's too gummy, it needs to be mixed with other flours or you'll end up with a moochi texture or if you ever had a cheese roll at a Brazilian grill restaurant. This all purpose flour is one to one exchange.
By W.D. on September 14, 2015
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We dont have the capability through amazon. Maybe via usps, internayional. I can check for you
By Vigevity Foods SELLER on July 31, 2014
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I have used this flour many times in the past month in my new bread machine, and I love it! I can use any recipe and exchange this gluten-free flour in the exact same measurements. It works well with yeast as well as soda and baking powder, when making bread.
By Diana Y on August 22, 2017
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I do not believe so
By G on July 21, 2017
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No. It's non-perishable. It does work better if you refrigerate though.
By shalon Hutchison on March 22, 2015
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i tried to use it and the bread was terrible i have not used anymore ,you need many other items to make bread i rather loose the many then go thru buying more items ,also they want you to buy their book,they should have instruction on the bag i hate it
By Carl Zilka on July 6, 2015