Trying to go gluten free in Paris but I can't find xanthan gum or sorghum flour anywere. All my recipes call for these ingredients.I've tried several organic health food stores and no such luck. Any suggestions?
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Bob's Red Mill sells both...I think you can order it on line.
David Lebovitz has a number of ides for you: http://www.davidlebovitz... as he's a pastry chef and an amazing cook, I'd take his recommendations to heart. :-)
And lucky you - Paris ...
Savorykitchen, I'm so glad you found the link on david lebovitz's blog--I was looking for it, too!
Try shopping online at bahadourian.com. They're based in Lyon, and it looks like they sell farine de sorgho: http://bit.ly/9VyjUo. Gomme de xanthane is even more of a specialty item, and you may have better luck searching shops that cater to pastry chefs.
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