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    After doing my experiment on making tortillas over the weekend, I realized that what I ended up with would make decent rolls. I've been thinking about a decent hamburger, but didn't want regular rolls.


    So, I made my own using coconut flour:

    https://home.timconrad.org/display/taci/Coconut+Flour+Rolls


    It's an 'in progress' recipe that isn't perfect yet, but it's reasonable in this state.


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    This still ends up being 40g of carbs for that recipe, but 26g of it is from fiber, so that's not super-terrible. I think forming the rolls a bit thicker would work better, and could easily make 4 rolls total out of this recipe instead of 2 rolls total (i made halves individually)


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    Interresting alternative for me, a totilla lover. But the xantan gum? Before I started my primal journey, addatives to regular industy tortillas like this "rubber" thing, was one of the reasons i restricted my tortilla feasts.

    From what I know it is produced by bacterial fermentation of sugar?


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    well - these aren't tortillas. just bread-like rolls, more than anything.


    both xanthan gum and guar gum are basically the same thing, apparently. I didn't see guar gum at my grocery store.


    The 'stick' property of gluten is probably the most difficult to replicate using anything else.


    Here's Mark's words on using xanthan gum - for a thickener anyways:

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/low-carb-thickener/


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    Thanks for the info! I'just trying to rid myself of addatives. Reading ingredient lists on, for example tortillas, icecream etc, had made me suspicious, and I still am, since it seems to be alot of processing in making it.


    anyone else with more info?


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    Hey Tim- Check out this blog for her roll recipe


    http://healthyfitmom.com/blog/quick-...nut-herb-buns/


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    elana's pantry also has a blueberry muffin recipe using coconut flour:

    http://www.elanaspantry.com/mini-blu...ideo-tutorial/


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