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I really wouldn't think so. I have found this flour to be quite difficult to deal with, it is very dry compared to wheat flour. You would have to find a specialised recipe to use it, I think. Perhaps something with largely almond flour and just a bit of coconut flour would work. But I wouldn't use coconut flour on its own, it would probably just be dry and crumbly and inedible.
11 Apr 2015 by Susan
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