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8/7/08 5:53 P

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I have not tried it yet but had some cookies that were made with it that were delicious. I think the person who made it said they got the recipe from the Bob's Red Mill Site.

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8/5/08 1:48 P

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I've no advice on the coconut flour, but I do have a random bag of Sweet Potato Flour (with Japanese labeling so I can't read the directions!)- do you think I can sub it in place of regular potato starch?

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8/3/08 8:28 P

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Wish I knew where to find it so that I can try it. I heard that too.

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7/30/08 10:47 P

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I just read that coconut flour is a great gluten free alternative. It is high in fiber and low GI. I am curious if anyone has tried baking with it and whether it has been successful.

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