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rice flour/all purpose flour

I tried posting just a second ago and it's not letting me edit it so, let's try this again. I have a recipe that calls for equal parts whole wheat and AP flour. I need to use brown rice flour. What would be the best way to sub it out? Or where can I find that info?

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HalfPint added over 1 year ago

Are you trying to substitute all the wheat flour (AP & WW) with the rice flour?

SweetBaker80 added over 1 year ago

Yes. I need a good sub out for each. Or if it's the same I need that.

HalfPint added over 1 year ago

Here's what I found with Google, but I haven't tried this. http://forum.lowcarber...
I tend not to mess a recipe for baked goods. All those ingredients were added for a specific reason. If you need to use rice flour, try finding recipe specifically designed for rice flour.

SeaJambon added over 1 year ago

If you're looking to remove AP flour and substitute with a gluten-free alternative, you will -- unfortunately -- need a flour mix that includes more than just brown rice flour (swapping AP wheat flour with rice flour only will yield a flat, hard, mess). If you are doing this as a "one-off" (i.e., to accomodate a visitor who is gluten-intolerant) I'd recommend one of the gluten-free AP flour mixes (King Arthur; Bob's Red Mill; or Cup-4-Cup -- the last one is really pricey) that are available in many supermarkets. If your substitution is for a savory recipe, either will work fine; if for a sweet and delicate recipe, I'd recommend the King Arthur only because Bob's uses some bean flours in their mix and that can cause more delicate products to have a slightly "beany" off-taste. If you're doing it for your own health, I'd recommend Googling and reading some really good blogs on the subject like Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef; Art of Gluten-Free Baking; Gluten-Free Goddess; or Gluten-Free on a Shoestring. All have great recipes that are GF, as well as advice for developing your own GF flour mix.

SweetBaker80 added over 1 year ago

It's for dog treats. Dogs are actually wheat intolerant. Not sure if that's considered celiac disease if we're speaking of dogs. But a hard product wouldn't be bad in this case. I'll look elsewhere. Thank you.

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