Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free 'Sweet' White Sorghum Flour -- 22 oz
Tasty GF flour
Mixed with other GF flours (millet, brown rice, quinoa...) it makes a really nice GF bread.
June 7, 2015
I make gluten-free all purpose flour with this
To make gluten-free all-purpose flour, just mix:
200 grams of sorghum flour, 200 grams of millet flour, 300 grams of sweet rice flour, and 300 grams of potato starch. (That’s for 1000 grams of flour mix. If you want twice that, simply multiply everything x 2.)
June 4, 2015
Great GF sub!
We run a GF household and so use this all the time. It's a high protein, high fiber flour with a very mild and appealing flavor that will not impact even the most delicate of baked goods. We use it for everything from pancakes to cupcakes. Even if you're not allergic to gluten, I encourage you to try the wonderful variety of flours out there. We have not looked back (but we're allergic and so can't). Just research a bit first as the perfect GF flour is a combo of several to balance out weight, crumb, flavor. I pair this with coconut (retains moisture and gives a sweet flavor), arrowroot (to lighten) and almond (for flavor mostly and protein, but is dense and heavy) flours for the most delicious and consistently pleasing result.
May 1, 2015
Love this flour. I've been using it for several of my baking needs. You can't go wrong with Bob's Red Mill products. Plus I like supporting employee owned companies, even if it costs a little more. Fortunately, Vitacost offers this line at great discounts. I just stocked up on at least 9 items with the additional 20% off sale!
December 6, 2014
Makes great scones
The sorghum flour makes delicious raisin scones. The texture is more moist and dense than when baking with regular flour,
we really like them. The recipe was on the package at one time but now can be found on the Bobs red mill website.
September 17, 2014