Q&A: Is there such thing as gluten free all purpose flour?

Question by valerielynn: Is there such thing as gluten free all purpose flour?
I’m new to the whole gluten free lifestyle. I love to cook and I’m currently updating my recipes so that way they’ll be gluten free. I have a few main dish recipes that call for flour (for like a rue, gravy etc).

So my question is there such thing as gluten free all purpose flour? If there isn’t such a thing then what type of gluten free flour could I use?

Best answer:

Answer by tracy
Brown rice flour — good base flour for baking, store in the refrigerator
Sweet rice flour — good used as a thickener in soups and gravies
Sorghum flour — a nutty flavor, good in cookies and cakes
Tapiocoa starch — lightens the texture in baked goods
Almond meal — improves texture and adds protein to baked goods

These are all packaged by Bob’s Red Mill and be purchased at most grocery stores. The can also be purchased on line.

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