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Gluten-Free All Purpose Baking Flour<\/h1>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n
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Terrible taste<\/h3>\n
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\n Too heavy on the chickpeas <\/p>\n

\n - Lauren Rosenberg <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Best price I\u2019ve found<\/h3>\n
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\n I love Bob\u2019s red mill and thrive has the best price! <\/p>\n

\n - Shaina Arb <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Good quality<\/h3>\n
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\n I use this to flour fish or turkey cutlets. Great for a gluten free flour. <\/p>\n

\n - Leslie Dancer <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Weird taste<\/h3>\n
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\n I like Bob's Red Mill products but this is a flop in my opinion. The Garbanzo beans gives it a weird flavor. <\/p>\n

\n - Kaitlin Z <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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not great all-purpose flour<\/h3>\n
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\n I love Bob's Red Mill (and their 1:1 Baking Flour is THE best), but this one simply is not good. I cannot substitute it in most recipes and get a good end result. There is too much garbanzo flour and it overpowers most baked goods. <\/p>\n

\n - Melissa L <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Great!<\/h3>\n
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\n Made GF blueberry muffins with this and they were wonderful! <\/p>\n

\n - Jeanette Y <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Good product<\/h3>\n
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\n Good product but I prefer a gluten free flour with less bean flour. I make my own and add a little of this as well. Seems to work well. <\/p>\n

\n - Anonymous <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Great pancakes<\/h3>\n
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\n This makes great gf vegan pancakes, and muffins. It's not good for cakes and light baked goods, use Bobs 1to1 flour for that. <\/p>\n

\n - Brooke Schnieder <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Great all purpose gf flour<\/h3>\n
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\n I use this as a substitute in baking for all purpose flour. The ratio is an easy 1:1. <\/p>\n

\n - Anonymous <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Recipe Fail\/Fell<\/h3>\n
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\n My poppy seed bread looked beautiful when it came out of the oven and the toothpick came out clean. It fell and had an odd texture. It tasted okay but did not look good. I followed the recipe exactly and the suggestions on the label. The last time I made this recipe, I used Bob's gluten free flour with the blue label and had great results. I hope that Thrive will start carrying the blue label. <\/p>\n

\n - Frances <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Can'f go wrong with Bob's Red Mill products<\/h3>\n
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\n Always have this in my cupboard. Everything I make turns out great. <\/p>\n

\n - Sally <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Great flour!<\/h3>\n
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\n I've used Bob's Red Mill all purpose flour before and absolutely love it. It is gluten free and all that I look for in a healthy flour, such as unbleached and organic. <\/p>\n

\n - KATHLEEN S Rasmussen <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Easy to Use<\/h3>\n
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\n Why bother with all those complicated gluten free flour combos? I substitute this all-purpose flour, with xanthan gum, in most recipes and they turn out as well as with wheat flour. <\/p>\n

\n - Mary <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Versatile<\/h3>\n
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\n So far I have only used this product to make GF waffles but it worked wonderfully! They were very light and fluffy. <\/p>\n

\n - Julianne <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Taste great<\/h3>\n
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\n My son has a gluten allergy. This is my favorite flour to work with. The whole family loves the taste and when I bake with it no one can tell it's gluten free. <\/p>\n

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Pleased<\/h3>\n
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\n I was quite happy with the results after using it recently. I would buy it again. No funky texture or taste <\/p>\n

\n - Joy <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Love It<\/h3>\n
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\n I used this flour to coat my fried chicken. Not expecting much. Boy, was I surprised. Not only did it coat golden brown, but the chicken was crispy, moist and just plain delicious. I can eat gluten-free fried chicken now. Ha! That's about as healthy as fried chicken can get! <\/p>\n

\n - Patricia <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Always Love Bob's Red Mill<\/h3>\n
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\n Big fan of all things Red Mill. I'm not gluten-free but I use this anyway because it's healthier than the wheat alternative. Plus I haven't found a better price elsewhere. <\/p>\n

\n - Henry C. <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Baking savior<\/h3>\n
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\n My boyfriend is gluten free and this is the sole flour I rely on to bake him his favorite treats! <\/p>\n

\n - Kristin <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div> <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/i><\/a>\n<\/div>\n