Tuesday, June 21, 2011

JoAnna'sGluten Free Flour Mixes A &B and NEW C :)




Well Everyone The day has arrived!! I am Posting My Gluten free Flour Mixes, I have to admit I am pretty excited to be finally posting these, But Before I do Please do remember that these are copyrighted and May not be used without permission as with all my recipes and photos, I am here to share and help if for any reason please do contact me @ glutenfreechef81@yahoo.com  . Thank you now here we go!



Hello Here are 3 Gluten free Flour Mixes for you to choose from :) Happy baking & Cooking.
JoAnna Gluten free Flour Mixes




TO NOTE: You may notice I do not have Xanthum gum or guar gum in my mix's many recipes call for different measurements of them or not at all for those who are gum free so I LEAVE it out and only add it those recipes that need is in different measurements.

 I ALSO MILL ALL MY GRAINS FRESH!!! USING MY "Nutramill " ITS An amazing Mill from Bosch  :)
 
JoAnna's Fool Proof Mix #1
2 cups Sorghum Flour
2 cups Sweet Brown Rice Flour
2 1/3 Cups of Tapioca Starch (  I use Bobs Red Mill , I buy the #25Lb Bag)
Mix Thoroughly, I usually triple this recipe and store it in my nice big glass containers , I always have this on hand , to make anything from, breads,pizzas, biscuits,cookies and cakes! its that versatile!

*if you don't want to use arrowroot use cornstarch or potato. I don't use any corn or potato starches but that is my personal preference.


This Mix is dedicated to those who cannot have rice , so I developed this mix for them so They wont have to go without as well :D Enjoy  :)
JoAnna's High Protein, High Fiber Mix &Nutrition
2 cups Sorghum
1 cup Millet
1 cup Teff
2 1/3 Cups of Tapioca Starch (  I use Bobs Red Mill , I buy the #25Lb Bag) .
*if you don't want to use arrowroot use cornstarch or potato. I don't use any corn or potato starches but that is my personal preference.
JoAnna's 4 Grain Hight , Protein , fiber/Nutritional Mix
1 Cup Of Sorghum Flour
1 Cup of Millet Flour
1 Cup of Sweet Brown Rice Flour
1 Cup of Teff Flour
3 Cups of Tapioca Flour ( I use Bobs Red Mill I buy the 25LB Bag )
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*if you don't want to use arrowroot use cornstarch or potato. I don't use any corn or potato starches but that is my personal preference.

 This will do for now, ill post some pics and add more mixes as I feel they are perfected enough. :) Enjoy all!

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8 comments:

  1. Hello... I would love to use the recipe from your foo proof mix #1, but I am wondering why it says 2/3 C. Tapioca, and then it says, 1 1/3 C. Tapioca starch....then your note at the bottom referring to using arrowroot or cornstarch or potato....when neither of those things are mentioned in your recipe...Is there an error somewhere?

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    1. thank u so much for pointing that out I had too much going on and wrote the wrong thing , Its all fixed!! :D

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  2. I am totally new to this GF lifestyle. I love to cook and bake. What would be the "basic" items I need to cook with. I have adjusted alot of my other items, but would like to bake cookies, cakes and muffins. Please help me...thanks, Jacqueline Koscheski (jackteal@yahoo.com)

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    1. Dear jacque ,
      Blogger is not letting me know when someone messages me on here I am so sorry I have never seen this , please know that if i do not see questions here please come to my facebook page for this blog ;D
      https://www.facebook.com/pages/JoAnnaGlutenFree-Chef-and-Health-Enthusiast-BLOG/171990112886497?hc_location=stream

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  3. Made bread using fool proof mix 1....to tough, not big and risen as I thought. I used Soy Milk is the only thing different...so wondering why.

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    1. Um Jacque not really sure what you did wrong for I do not know which bread recipe you used :D

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  4. where do you buy your flours? we are gluten/pn/tn/egg free here, and I am having trouble finding flour brands.

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    1. TO find flours , check your local Health Food Store , Buying Clubs and Coops :D

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