Create a gluten-free flour mixture!

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Jules Shepard, gluten-free cookbook author, shows how to make a gluten-free flour mixture that is so good, you won’t even know it’s gluten free! Check out her website at nearlynormalcooking.com for more recipes, tips, and how to purchase her All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour and Cookbook. Now pre-mixed flour is sold on her new website: www.julesglutenfree.com. Order a sample today to test it out!

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25 Comments

  1. goodlivingideas1

    Sounds like a good learning video for gluten free diet options. Please subscibe to my? channel for more links to this subject.

  2. Joycelyn Le

    BAD QUILITY?

  3. MrAnthonyRizzo

    (3/3) I now find that the missing salt makes the need for sugary drinks unnecessary and that drinking water in its place cleanses my pallet, so much so in fact that fruits which I used to find boring and lifeless are now delicious and very palatable. Sliced Red delicious? apples with cinnamon and ginger powder for example are a real treat. Anyway, thanks again for the nut flour tip. I will be putting it into practice.

  4. MrAnthonyRizzo

    (2/3) … a book I highly recommend “The Amen Solution” written by Dr. Daniel Amen makes a very profound point that I’ve put into practice and found to be absolutely true. Sugar (of any kind & in any form, this includes easily absorbed? refined carbs) is addictive. That and salt have addictive properties similar to cocaine that make the user keep craving more food. He recommends avoiding adding salt or sugar to food in order to break the addiction and eliminate the cravings.

  5. MrAnthonyRizzo

    (1/3) Thank you for that. I will certainly try it.? As it is I love the sugar free almond/coconut milk from Blue Diamond and I am passionate about almond butter. I can only imagine that flour made from this and other nuts taste absolutely fantastic. I’m looking to make gluten free bread but I have had little luck with most GF mixes because they all have rice flour that makes them taste like rice. Your advice makes sense. As for the sugar…

  6. BadWithNames123

    and flour made of nuts (almond, walnut, coconut) has only 1/4 the carbs of regular flour made of grains.
    and you don’t have to deal with gluten at all, because gluten is just in the grains.

    but it is? still not all you can eat because of the sugar (honey is 80% sugar too) you have to put into it. and sugar really is the devil hehe ; )
    “sugar the bitter truth” is a good watch on youtube

  7. BadWithNames123

    it probably won’t work? for everything but what i really liked are for example pancakes made with coconut flour and coconut milk or chocolate brownies made with almonds and coconut milk.
    there is no extra modification, you can buy it ready for use and mix your recipe together just like with regular ingredients.

  8. MrAnthonyRizzo

    Can it be used just like regular flour or does it? need some modification?

  9. MrAnthonyRizzo

    In the description bellow the video it states “how to make a gluten-free flour mixture that is so good…” My question is this: Since she changed the flour recipe on the fly which mixture should I trust to be “so good” standard or revised? Also, in my experience rice? flour makes whatever is made from it taste like rice. Are you sure you are supposed to use that much of it? Finally, she uses a lot of starch. That can’t possibly be good for my glycemic level.

  10. BadWithNames123

    just go buy almond or walnut flour.. tastes great and much healthier than? flour made from any kind of grains!

  11. HealthEducatorTV

    Thank you? for sharing

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  13. qasion

    You can’t have any kind of starch if you? have intestinal problems. I wouldn’t try this mix, period.

  14. guerragroup

    Hi Jules, My son is autistic and is on a strict diet. The gluten free flour recipe is great but I was wondering if there was a flour I could use instead or corn meal/flour and corn starch (maybe arrowroot flour)? He is restricted? from corn. Also, do you use the same amount of gelatin as xanthan gum?

  15. nonumusbullshitmeet

    vboz, Gluten free flours can be expensive, but I’ve found some cheaper ways to get around some of it: Asian Market – tapioca flour/starch, potato starch, rice flour. I grind my own brown rice & amaranth flours (brown rice & all rice much cheaper at Asian mkt in bulk, amaranth cheaper whole than as a flour at Whole Foods), Ethiopian market (Teff flour more than half price as health stores – she didn’t use teff here, but it’s a good one). I am going to check Mediterranean mkt for? chick pea flour.

  16. pixrtaker29

    what to do in the event? corn is an issue too?

  17. JohanneGilbert

    Jules, thank you so much for? this video, I will surely share this great recipe with my gluten sensitive friends. As there is no cure for gluten intolerance, it is great to learn about alternative recipes and ingredients. Keep up the good work!

  18. msdebbskitchen

    THANKS FOR THESE TIPS, MY SON? IS GLUTEN AND DAIRY FREE.

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  20. payer199

    Hello, I am so excited to learn about your website and? videos. I recently was diagnosed with hiatal hernia and my doctor wants me to stay away from dairy, certain sugars, anything “white” or anything “processed” . I was excited about your flour blend but my question is can I use brown rice flour in your flour blend? I can use the other flours but I wanted to see if I could substitute brown rice flour for rice flour? Thank you for everything you are doing! Amy Sue

  21. payer199

    Hello, I am so excited to learn about your website and videos. ? I recently was diagnosed with hiatal hernia and my doctor wants me to stay away from dairy, certain sugars, anything “white” or anything “processed” . I was excited about your flour blend but my question is can I use brown rice flour in your flour blend? I can use the other flours but I wanted to see if I could substitute brown rice flour for rice flour? Thank you for everything you are doing! Amy Sue

  22. vboz9271979

    Helpful..but is? there a more affordable way…cuz it seems as if all the stuff you are using is very expensive. I have a TIGHT budget…so if there is a way plz do tell. thx

  23. truthfairytv

    We have videos on picking different gluten-free flours? and a cooking video for gluten-free pizza! Just check out our channel and website 🙂

  24. Jongaxi

    how much regular white rice flour? Didn’t mention how many cups for a double batch.? Thanks

  25. cooldit1

    my friend’s sister and mother have Celiac Disease and we make gluten free things all the time. Cheese pies and stuff like that. We? made some brownies that they really enjoyed recently.

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