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New ideas for the Gluten Free Brownie Mix

by Chelsea Lincoln

Oftentimes customers write us with suggestions on changing instructions or ingredients in our baking mixes. Sometimes it’s a low-fat version, sometimes it’s an added ingredient, and sometimes it’s just a new product altogether.  One of our most popular mixes is the Gluten Free Brownie Mix, so we hear numerous creative

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Sorghum in the Field

Sorghum

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You may have already heard by now that Sorghum is the Whole Grain Council’s Grain of the Month for June. Sorghum was already on our minds all through May’s Celiac Disease Awareness Month, as sorghum is often mentioned as the most “wheat-like” of all the gluten free flours. One

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Celiac Disease Awareness Month Recap

by Cassidy Stockton

May is over, therefore the official month of celiac disease awareness is also over. Celiac disease awareness does not have to be limited to a set number of days on the calendar. We can all strive to increase awareness about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity in our daily lives. Here

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Christie (in red) gives daily tours of our manufacturing facility.

A Gluten Free Journey

by Cassidy Stockton

In honor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month, I asked our tour guide, Christie Coykendall to share with you how she discovered that she needed to be gluten free. Here is her story.

I thought I was suffering from menopause for TEN YEARS! I just couldn’t get my old energy back. 

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Gums

Guar Gum vs. Xanthan Gum

by Cassidy Stockton

If you are new to Gluten Free Baking you may find yourself wondering, “What is the difference between Xanthan Gum and Guar Gum?” Both ingredients are frequently called for in gluten free recipes and can seem exotic at first, but they both serve the same general purpose as thickeners and

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Winners!

by Cassidy Stockton

Now for the moment you’ve all been waiting for patiently over the last month… the winners of our giveaway! Each winner will receive an autographed copy of Carol Fenster’s 1000 Gluten Free Recipes, a package of our Gluten Free Oat Flour and a package of our Gluten Free Quick

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Millet and Amaranth Gluten-Free Artisan Bread

May is Amaranth Month

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As we continue our celebration of the Whole Grains Council’s Grain of the Month Calendar, we are joining with them again to spotlight amaranth for the month of May. At Bob’s Red Mill, all of the amaranth we sell is completely organic and packaged in our separate gluten free facility.

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If you think you have celiac disease, talk to your doctor.

Do you have celiac disease?

by Cassidy Stockton

I have read that it takes an average of 10 years for someone to reach a diagnosis of celiac disease; 10 years of suffering with no clear cause. Ten years is far too long, in my opinion. Part of what contributes to the lengthy time to diagnosis is the wide

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Look at these beauties shine!  Peanut butter granola bars are great for a snack or dessert.

Wheat-Free Peanut Butter Granola Bars

by Meagan Nuchols

Wow! Here we are, almost May! Time really does fly by when you’re having fun. Lucky for all of you, the month of May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month and here at the Bob’s Red Mill Bakery we have a wide variety of wheat-free goodies to choose from. Everyday we

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Our GF All Purpose Flour has become a best-seller in the gluten free community.