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but concerned about some of the long term storage options for the pre-milled flours out on longer runs.. any thoughts on that?
Mill your own flour.
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Re: Gluten Free and Cruising

good call.. also would imagine a hand-mill and keeping them in there non-milled state would extend the life, and probably drive down the original costs as well. just needs more research of the locally available supplies and a bit of flexibility in your base recipe, may not always work out to taste the best but in all reality, good and edible are completely different constructs. one makes you smile, the other keeps you alive which at the very least will let you smile another day.
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