Bob's Red Mill, All Purpose Baking Flour, Gluten Free, 22 oz (623 g)
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not as good as King Arthur's mixed gluten free flour
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Posted by 5337652482377838413 on Mar 11, 2014
Used this for batter for fish (British style fried fish & chips); did not like the consistency or taste. Much "stronger" flavour (more distinctive) than other flours. Will not be using the rest of the flour.
I would recommend King Arthur multi purpose gluten free flour instead (for batter / dusting meats / cakes / muffins).
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Posted by 5113914411521338635 on Jul 03, 2014
The texture of the flour is all right, but the taste is very overpowering. It tastes bitter and awful. Nothing will taste good if you put this flour in the mixture. Will not buy again.
Didn't like it
Posted by misspineapple on Oct 31, 2014
I think the garbanzo or fava bean flour really overpowers the flavor. Didn't matter if I used only a small amount mixed with other gluten free flours - it still made things taste odd.
tastes Gluten Free
Posted by amyjeans on Jan 21, 2009
We would pass on this mix again. It has a "chalky" texture.
Bob's Red Mill All Purpose GF Baking Flour
Posted by Reviewer2480452 on Apr 13, 2009
too gritty for some types of baking