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6/17/14 5:10 P

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That's really sounding good!

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6/13/14 10:16 A

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emoticon Had coconut pancakes with gluten free flour that I put together my self with coconut oil and pineapple juice and almond milk. It was delicious. Made me feel like I was at IHOP!

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10/6/13 3:56 P

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Kacey, I have not tried tapioca with coconut. Could you tell me what the ratios are? I found a recipe for a gluten free flour and yogurt that I may try. Am not happy with most of the bread rcipes I have tried. I will not give up! Am still trying.

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10/6/13 9:38 A

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Coconut flout with tapioca flour make a nice, light blend, too.

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9/20/13 1:16 P

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I haven't made anything with coconut flour. I did use a gluten free baking mix from Aldi that was wonderful.

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9/19/13 9:46 P

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I tried an all coconut bread one time and it was quite heavy. when I mix coconut with some other flour, it is pretty good. Almond and coconut flour with coconut oil or butter makes a nice crust for recipes that call for a graham cracker crust. I am still experiencing with mixing the different gluten free flours. Trying to use more of the grain free ones like quinoa, almond, chickpea flour, and coconut. Sometimes it is hard to get it just right. Hope you find some good mixes for you,

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9/19/13 9:46 P

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that is great and there are plenty of recipes out there for us to make all kind of stuff.

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9/19/13 9:18 P

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I made some pumpkin muffins tonight,they came out good.But different then regular muffins with flour. When i was looking for recipes i noticed a lot of the recipes also had almond flour.So need to get some almond flour and mix it with the coconut flour.I think the product will be better then just using coconut flour.

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