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Swapping flour to make recipe Gluten Free Recipe

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Swap the flour

Sometimes all you have to do is change the flour to make a recipe gluten free. You can substitute all-purpose regular flour for all-purpose gluten free flour at a ratio of 1:1. If you're baking things like cakes or breads, add 1/4 teaspoon of xanthan gum per cup of flour to help with binding the ingredients together.

Another flour swap technique is to measure by weight. Each flour has a different weight and density. 1 cup of potato starch is not going to be the same weight as 1 cup of your favorite all-purpose gluten free blend. For every 1 cup of regular all-purpose flour, use 140 grams of gluten free all-purpose flour.

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