You could also try screen printing, since it's just black and white.
Cheap Custom Fabric Printing Sources? Good Questions
|2/18/13 4:19 PM|
Oooh, thirding the paleo recommendation. Urban Poser has some good recipes, as does Against All Grains. I also recently adapted a scone recipe from Nom Nom Paleo. I've definitely found the ideal flour substitute to be a combination of almond and coconut flour, though there are a few recipes that I've liked that used just one or the other. Basically, the almond flour acts as substance and binder, and coconut flour absorbs excess liquid. Since there's no gluten, you usually need more eggs in the recipe. I definitely get better results from using fine, blanched almond flour than from using Bob's Red Mill almond meal. I buy mine from Nuts.com, though there are some other sources. Good luck!
Any Tips for Cooking or Baking With Coconut Flour? Good Questions
|2/15/13 10:32 AM|
I'm a huge experimenter/rule breaker. Often I'll do things the "correct" way the first time I follow a recipe, but often times even my first attempts are amalgamations of several related (or unrelated) recipes. I've even been known to change proportions in baking (Replace some flour with cocoa powder? Sure! Halve the sugar? Why not!) and melt chocolate on the stovetop without a double-boiler. The key is to watch it closely and frequently lift the pan while stirring the chocolate. And only to mostly melt the chocolate. The the final pieces melt with the residual heat. Sometimes I get cooking disasters, but it usually works out pretty well for me.
Do You Follow the Rules When You Cook?
|2/8/13 3:13 PM|