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Fantastic for Socca!
Publié par Reviewer2356813 le mars 25, 2008
Went on a trip to Nice recently and discovered Socca, an amazing pancake-type food made basically only using water, oil, salt, and garbanzo bean flour. It's amazing! This flour is great, and iHerb was fast and reliable.
A staple in my gluten free baking cupboard
Publié par Reviewer1158907 le févr. 19, 2008
I use this flour all the time for baking. The price is fair, and I don't have to go shopping...
Bob's Red Mill, Garbanzo Bean Flour, gluten free
Publié par brennanchiro le nov. 19, 2008
Nice flour, I substitute some in most of my baking, for less wheat.
Gluten free good food
Publié par MikeMember le janv. 29, 2009
Being gluten intolerant I'm always looking for something new. I use this flour (mixed with corn & rice flours) in baked goods & waffles.
Versatile and good!
Publié par Reviewer2618397 le avr. 20, 2009
Although we are still experimenting with the Garbanzo Bean Flour, we really like what we have made so far. This product is very versatile and a new way to have beans in our diet.
Publié par Reviewer2716944 le avr. 17, 2011
Forget soaking and cooking chickpeas--you can have smooth hummus in a flash with this powder! I've also used it in vegetarian sausages. Yum.
Publié par Reviewer2671500 le sept. 10, 2012
I use this almost every day, in pancakes (crepes), bread, cakes, in all my gluten free and egg-free baking. It's a great substitute for eggs in baking.
Publié par Reviewer2646612 le juil. 11, 2013
Garbanzo Bean Flour
Publié par Reviewer2371431 le oct. 21, 2008
I tried the hummus recipe and it left something to be desired.
Good in soup.
Publié par HildeK le juil. 08, 2012
But be aware of that it clumps a bit. Use a blender or something to make it nice and smooth before having it in the soup, and it goes fine.