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Hi there! I cannot eat OATS. Can I substitute plain white flour in a recipe that calls for oats? What's the ratio?

asked by Raney Brown 9 days ago

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AntoniaJames

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added 9 days ago

What is the recipe? The two are not usually interchangeable. ;o)

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Nancy

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added 9 days ago

Also, oats have more texture (fiber) and nutty taste than does white flour.
If you can tolerate other whole grains you might want to consider one of them (ground, flakes or various formats).
As Antonia said, depends on what you're making.

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