Some of the most popular posts on this website have to do with pie!
How to make gluten free pie crust (see this link for the recipe) is a key interest for the gluten free community. It turns out that the type of flour you use for pie crust really does matter, so here is some advice on finding good gluten free flours:
Where to find those flours for the pie crust mix? We buy them from Authentic Foods (you can use Amazon.com.) Not even a trip to the grocery store is required; they grind the flour really fine (so it does not have that gritty quality, sticking in your back teeth like dental amalgam ), and their tapioca flour does not taste like boiled lobster.
When you do buy the flours, consider storing them in the freezer – those pantry moths like to eat gluten free too, but they don’t seem to be able to squirm in to the freezer yet.
I’ll sign out with some lyrics from the great Bob Dylan song, “Country Pie”:
“Raspberry, strawberry, lemon and lime
What do I care ?
Blueberry, apple, cherry, pumpkin and plum
Call me for dinner, honey, I’ll be there.
…Oh me, oh my
Love that country pie.”
Gf-Zing! does not guarantee the gluten-free status of products; we rely on the manufacturer to do that. Check the labels, and make sure all your ingredients are gluten free!1