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    Quote Originally Posted by touchdowntodd View Post
    thanks .. and no, no coconut flour .. i dont do any forms of fake flour etc especially with how fast it begins to deteriorate ..
    Not all flours are "fake". It's the fat that deteriorates in flour, which is why wheat flour and oats go rancid. Technically, coconut flour would have a shorter shelf life than something like potato starch or white rice flour, which is basically fat free. Nut meals are the worst offenders of all.

    You could always just throw white rice in a coffee grinder. That's how white rice flour is made. If you're against buying flour, grinding white rice yourself at your leisure is absolutely your best option. Another possibility is to slice potatoes very thinly and put them into a food dehydrator into "chips" and then grind that into potato starch.
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    the pie is GREAT .. i made it with 1/2 the chocolate and cream mixture .. and added sliced almonds on top of half for the wife .. its like an almond joy / mounds bar .. i also made it in a rectangular pan and used a little raw honey (perhaps a tblsp?) instead of sugar .. for the chocolate mixture i used a 3.5oz green and blacks 85% bar (there is none better imho), and 1/2 cup whole cream
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    Quote Originally Posted by touchdowntodd View Post
    the pie is GREAT .. i made it with 1/2 the chocolate and cream mixture .. and added sliced almonds on top of half for the wife .. its like an almond joy / mounds bar .. i also made it in a rectangular pan and used a little raw honey (perhaps a tblsp?) instead of sugar .. for the chocolate mixture i used a 3.5oz green and blacks 85% bar (there is none better imho), and 1/2 cup whole cream
    Awesome. Love the almond addition.
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    Choco, I found this recipe for making potato starch, it looks different from what you are suggesting (basically dehydrated potatoes):

    Homemade Potato Starch | eHow.com

    for the rice flour this site suggests washing, soaking and dry-roasting rice first before grinding.

    http://www.sharmispassions.com/2011/...-homemade.html

    Both potato starch and rice flour are super expensive here, so I am actually tempted to try to grind my own, seeing both rice and potatoes are very cheap.
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    Hm! My husband's birthday is Thursday. He loves German chocolate cake. Hm!

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    Onalark, if your husband likes German style flavours, you could try chocolate-hazelnut-raspberry truffles. It's basically raspberry jam, butter and chocolate mixture rolled in roasted hazelnuts. If you want, i can look up the recipe for you.
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