Say good-bye to wheat and say hello to so much more. There are a variety of companies that sell individual gluten-free flours and starches separately for your baking and cooking needs. Check packages for gluten-free designations and call manufacturers to inquire about gluten-free manufacturing and testing procedures if you do not see a gluten-free designation on the package.
Buckwheat flour, flaxseed meal, millet flour, soy flour, white rice flour, and yellow corn meal
Almond meal, arrowroot flour, brown rice flour superfine, Garfava flour, garbanzo flour, potato flour, potato starch, sorghum flour, sweet rice flour superfine, tapioca flour, white corn flour, and white rice flour superfine plus cornstarch
Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods
Almond meal/flour, amaranth flour, arrowroot starch, black bean flour, brown rice flour, buckwheat flour, coconut flour, cornstarch, fava bean flour, flaxseed meal, garbanzo bean flour, green pea flour, hazelnut meal/flour, millet flour, potato flour, potato starch, quinoa flour, rice bran, sweet white rice flour, sweet white sorghum flour, tapioca flour, teff flour, white bean flour, and white rice flour
Dowd & Rogers, Inc.
Italian chestnut flour imported from Italy
Brown rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, sweet rice flour, and white rice flour
Navy bean flour and pinto bean flour
Brown rice flour, corn starch, and soy flour
Amaranth flour, toasted amaranth flour, and amaranth starch
Simply Coconut Coconut flour The Ruby Range
Teff flour and mesquite flour
The Teff Company
Maskal teff flour