► What flour can be used?

29 April, 2021

You can replace your all-purpose flour with gluten-free all-purpose flour mixtures (you’ll need to avoid wheat, barley and rye flours because they are high in fructans). Be sure to examine all of the ingredients to make sure they are FODMAP-free. Watch out for flour made from legumes and the addition of inulin

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