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Whole grain sorghum.
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Reviews For Sorghum Flour
Based on 9 Reviews
Great for pancakes
Makes awesome gluten free pancake batter...usually mix it half and half with a white gluten free flour.
Bob's brand is always good!
Best gluten-free flour
Of all the GF flours I have tried sorghum is my favorite for the most stuff. When it comes to baking most stuff I use a mix with this stuff. It makes muffins and breads come out perfectly.
I still prefer coconut flour for many of my cupcakes, but sorghum is a good choice when I am out of some of the other alternatives I use.
- Corinne Lobdell
Great wheat flour replacement
I love using this as a wheat flour replacement. It has a mild flavor and it isn't gritty like some of the other gluten-free flours. It is my favorite choice for any breads that I make.
I also think that it is great that this is a good source of protein.
- Kim McFaddin
Great for Gluten-Free Baking
This is especially hard to find near here, so I'm glad Thrive carries it. In fact, I normally have to drive at least 40 minutes to the nearest state capital in order to find it. It has a great taste, and it helps fill out some of my favorite gluten-free foods. It has a really nice texture to it, and it's a whole grain, so I'm happy knowing that I'm eating something healthy. Thrive has such an amazing price on it too.
Good, but bag had a tear
I liked Bob's stuff, it's healthy and they company has a real commitment to making high quality healthy food.
The three stars is because my bag had a tear in it when it was delivered. I still used it, but I don't know, it just kind of threw me off. I want my products 100 percent whole and nicely presented when I order them. But the flour's great for my diet and has a slightly sweet flavor that's really nice.
- Bella Witner
Not an exact science to use
Bob's Red Mill sorghum is ideal for gluten free diets. But the thing you have to remember is that it's best if used with other flours in a blend.
So, I mix and match with coconut flour and tapioca flour, looking for the right texture. Might be some trial and error, but you'll figure it out. I invested in a cookbook that has tons of gluten-free recipes, and that helped a lot.
Great substitute for wheat
Since I was put on a gluten free diet, I've had to be very careful when I'm baking or using flour for sauces. Bob's Red Mill always has healthy products, and this is no exception.
I add this to coconut flour and it works great. There's a sweet flavor to sorghum that's kind of pleasant. No difference in how things bake, but much healthier results.
- Bradley Wolfe
Awesome for baking
Before I became a gluten free eater, I had no use for Sorghum Flour. I didn't even know what it was used for. Since eliminating gluten about three months ago, I've come to use Bob's Red Mill Sorghum flour in my quest for great tasting baked goods.
This is also a good source of protein since I cut back on eating meat. Can't give up the sweets and "bread-like" doughy-goodness I've come to love. But this is much healthier for me.
- Lee Barnes
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