Anthony’s Brown Rice Flour, 5 lb, Batch Tested and Verified Gluten Free, Product of USA

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Product of USA Brown Rice Flour Stone Ground from California medium grain rice Batch Tested and Verified Gluten-Free Comes in a 5lb Resealable Bag


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  1. LF

    After finding out I was allergic to practically everything but rice in terms of complex carbohydrates and getting bored as there is just so many ways you can prepare rice, I was super happy to find this! I coat meats with it, make dumplings (the secret is to pour boiling water over it and let it sit 10 minutes, then make the dumpling – good with basil and salt to flavor it). I haven’t ventured into breads yet as I need to order some cassava flour to mix with it, but look forward to doing so.


  2. SPHancockSPHancock

    Yum! Just trying new rice flour recipes and needed to get some rice flour. I made flat bread on the griddle with an egg, water and salt. Perfect for topping with your favorite tostada toppings or just eat with salsa!


  3. Joan

    Having been gluten free for years I’ve struggled to find flours that work well in baking, the brown rice flour works great to make cakes with and stays fresher for longer with the resealable pouch. I usually mix a cup of rice flours, with a half cup of both potato starch and tapioca flour, throw in a table spoon of xanthan gum and you have a cup for cup gluten free replacement!


  4. N. Good

    I use this flour along with oat flour to make a gluten free bread in my bread machine. It’s excellent and it’s much cheaper to buy in a 5lb bag than the tiny volume bags at the grocery store. I am allergic to wheat, tapioca, potato and corn. Most gluten free products in the store have at tapioca, potato or corn in them. My gluten free bread is a staple in my diet, so I make a loaf once a week in my bread machine. This is an excellent product, I highly recommend it!

    N. Good

  5. Ashley Chante’

    I LOVE brown rice flour. I’ve been using it for quite a few years now in place of flour in order to fry my seafood and sometimes thin chicken breast slices or cubes. I use the flour to batter anything that im frying with avocado oil. Excellent choice over flour and this.brand is perfect. I like that I can buy a lot at once but mainly because I don’t feel guilty for.eating fried foods! Thank you!

    Ashley Chante’

  6. Amazonbabymomma

    I love Anthony’s brand! This brown rice flour is super fine. I love baking with it because it is not grainy at all. Makes the fluffiest muffins. This is my favorite brown rice flour so far. I will and have bought it again and again. Other products that I love by this company are arrow root starch, tapioca flour/starch, blanched almond flour, cocoa powder……. I haven’t experienced a bad product from them yet!!! Anthony’s is awesome!!!!!


  7. Philip Trubey

    Works great in my pancake recipe. The end result tastes about the same as a pancake made from flour and I have VERY picky kid eaters. It does cook different though – it heats up and browns faster and it is far touchier as to when you should flip it. But the end result is fine. I make my pancakes with Splenda instead of sugar, so now I have gluten free, sugar free pancakes. Not carb free, but you can’t have everything 🙂

    Philip Trubey

  8. Eian lindseyEian lindsey

    Amazing product for cultivation of mushrooms!

    Eian lindseyEian lindsey

  9. April Van DykApril Van Dyk

    For me, 5 Lb Brown Rice Flour is easy to use up. You have to bake a fair amount to utilize this quantity before it starts to turn. Whole grains have a limited shelf life before the natural oils in the grains start to go rancid. Beginners would be better served with a 2lb bag. (Anthony’s Brown Rice Flour, 2 lb)I like to use it best for GF breads that have a fair amount of moisture and will bake for a while. This allows the grain to become soft and delicious.For a quick-cooking breads, like Pancakes, I prefer White Rice Flour.Pictured: Banana Nut Bread, GF & DF! by Chef Dan

    April Van DykApril Van Dyk

  10. NJ_shopper

    I’ve recently gone gluten free and so this flour is a staple for bread, cakes, and other things. I love this flour, its taste and its quality. However, seeing as though brown rice is so cheap, I’m perplexed at how expensive this flour is. I buy brown rice at $1.50 for 2 lbs, meaning that i can buy 10 lbs of brown rice for $7.50. This flour cost me nearly $15 for 5 lbs. I’ve since bought a grain mill to make flour and will be making it myself.


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