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Bob's Red Mill Flour, Teff, 24-Ounce (Pack of 4)
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Bob's Red Mill Flour, Teff, 24-Ounce (Pack of 4)

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Product Details:
Product Weight: 7.0 pounds
Package Length: 9.7 inches
Package Width: 8.3 inches
Package Height: 3.9 inches
Package Weight: 6.55 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 47 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 47 customer reviews )
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63 of 64 found the following review helpful:

5Great for pancakesMar 17, 2008
By Lotus
I buy this flour for our younger son who is on Glutet-free/Casein-free diet but all family enjoy teff pancakes.

Recipe cannot be easier:
- 3 large eggs,
- 2 tbs of fructose or honey (can be substituted with sugar),
- 4 cups of spring water,
- 2 + (1/4) cup of teff flour,
- 1/2 tsp of baking soda + 2 tsp of freshly squeezed lemon juice (you can add this mix at the end as a multi-purpose rising agent for any baking).
Usually I use two 10" frying pans at once to make flat pancakes as fast as possible.
:)

41 of 42 found the following review helpful:

5A must for gluten free bakers!Jun 07, 2007
By WallyFam
I am wheat/gluten free, and love to bake. I am so thankful for Bette Hagman's Gluten Free Gourmet books - the recipes are awesome, I don't find I miss much (except for "real" pizza crust and bagels - I just can't seem to find a good recipe for either!) Teff is higher in nutrients than rice, corn, or potato flours, and is very tasty. It is kind of like graham in flavor. I use Bob's brand of teff regularly in Bette's zucchini pineapple bread, gingerbread waffles, and sweet potato cranberry loaf recipes, and it is great! I really encourage celiacs and those with wheat/gluten sensitivities to do their own baking - I can't begin to tell you how much the taste is worth it compared to the gluten free convenience foods available. Yes, it takes time, and you will have to buy several kinds of flours, but it is SO worth it! WFGF convenience foods are SO expensive, the flours you buy to do your own baking will pay for themselves. Make recipes in large batches and freeze for comfort food breads and muffins you never thought you'd have again.

25 of 25 found the following review helpful:

5Great flour, especially if you are wheat sensitive.Nov 21, 2006
By M. Kirby
This is a wonderful flour to use for pancakes, waffles, muffins, or any quick bread. You cannot make a typical "loaf of bread" with it because it doesn't have any gluten in it. But if you are sensitive to wheat, teff flour is a good option. You can even make very good cookies with it!

22 of 23 found the following review helpful:

5good qualityApr 08, 2008
By Julie Felix "rn traveler"
I was anxious to try making my own ijera at home after living in Ethiopia for 15 months and have had fairly good success with this tef flour. It is the dark variety but I enjoy the great almost mocha flavor. I can tell it is fresh because it develops a good sour starter on its own without needing to add any additional sourdough starter or yeast.

22 of 23 found the following review helpful:

5Great product Easy to useNov 08, 2007
By Pat Ford "najla2"
Great teff flour for making a teff pancake that I eat with everything from stews, to eggs, to cheese, to ethiopian style vegetables. I mix it with slightly more that half filtered water, and let ferment in a 1-1/2 quart covered glass casserole until real bubbly, with a touch of salt and a bit of oil. The trick is in the fermenting. I keep using the old batch as starter and it gets better and ferments faster after several time. (Once you get your starter, it will ferment faster.) I also find the pancake is lighter if you start in the center and spiral the dough as you pour it into a hot pan. If you need it a touch lighter add a pinch of backing soda. Its easy, has more protein and fiber than wheat flour.

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