Guest Post at Good & Cheap Eats

I just thought I would let you all know that today I have a guest post at Good (& CHEAP) Eats. My friend Jessica is doing a Build a Frugal Pantry series which started off this week with the theme of flours.  She kindly invited me to do a post on gluten-free flours, even though she does not cook or eat gluten free.  I’m looking forward to next week which will be about whole grains.




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  1. Stephanie says:

    Great post! Lots of good info. I've been thinking a long time about buying a mill. My parents used to make their own wheat flour for baking bread when I was a kid.
    I've been trying to decide between the ease of an electric mill and the flexibility of a hand grinder (which would be great in emergency situations). I'd get both, but worry about the cost. Maybe someday :)

  2. Aubree Cherie says:

    Very cool info in your guest post, I found it very useful!

    One day, when I'm not a student, I hope I can have a mill. Seems like a great investment!

  3. Iowa Mom Life says:

    Really enjoyed your post :) What brand of flour mill do you recommend for the GF? Thanks!

  4. Iowa Mom ~ I use the Whisper Mill which is now called the Wonder Mill. I don't have experience with any others, but I have been happy with what I have. You can see it in this post:
    http://www.glutenfreehomemaker.com/2008/08/milling-your-own-gluten-free-flour.html

  5. Gluten FREE foods ROCK says:

    Great post

  6. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    That's so neat that you did a guest post, Linda. I read it and thought it was very helpful!

    Shirley

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