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wow, this is awesome. Like harold mcgee went glute...

2007-04-12T16:46:00.000-06:00

wow, this is awesome. Like harold mcgee went gluten free! thanks for this post, and the following one on flours. great info, and I really appreciate your insight!



Please, oh please write a book! The world needs t...

2007-04-08T13:53:00.000-06:00

Please, oh please write a book! The world needs to have this information in printed version. It is really good. Please talk to me about this sometime soon.

Adam



How interesting! Thanks for that review of starch...

2007-03-30T06:04:00.000-06:00

How interesting! Thanks for that review of starches.

I've only recently started investigating using individual starches - here in the UK we can get ready-made gluten free bread/cake mixes on prescription (free for children), so since its my 11 year old who is the coeliac in our family, we've just been using the mixes for her. I shall have to experiment with your suggested proportions ...



Good question! I haven't ever used arrowroot, mos...

2007-03-29T22:16:00.000-06:00

Good question! I haven't ever used arrowroot, mostly because it costs a lot. Literature says that it is much the same as corn starch, but we all know how that goes...



I wonder where arrowroot falls in this shuffle...

2007-03-29T18:45:00.000-06:00

I wonder where arrowroot falls in this shuffle...



But... uh... cornstarch makes gravy have that deli...

2007-03-29T16:32:00.000-06:00

But... uh... cornstarch makes gravy have that delicious Jello texture when it cools! Oh, wait....

Yeah, sorry. No dice. I'm with you on Tapioca being #2, Potato Starch #2, followed by Cornstarch.

I am also in love with sorghum