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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    I did the flat bread on a griddle to go with soup... perfect! Thanks for the supremely easy recipe, Curlygirl! Next I will try the crackers. These would be perfect cheese-n-crackers crackers... no overwhelming cracker taste that hides the taste of the cheese!

    I'm also thinking of adding garlic and spices to the flatbread. Or cinnamon. The possibilities are endless!
    So glad you liked it! Post if you hit on a good variation? Been pondering a cinnamon one myself. Love to hear what you decided to do with it!
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    these look awesome! I will have to try making these this weekend!

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    Nicely done CG...This one rivals rivvens from way back:-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    Nicely done CG...This one rivals rivvens from way back:-)
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    Mmm looks tasty! I don't miss crackers or tortillas much but my boyfriend definitely does, might have to try these recipes out tomorrow! Thanks for posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeera View Post
    Mmm looks tasty! I don't miss crackers or tortillas much but my boyfriend definitely does, might have to try these recipes out tomorrow! Thanks for posting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    Zeera - you're in Maine? Me too!
    Yes I am! And here I was starting to think primal Mainers were few and far between!

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    Can potato starch be substituted for potato flour, or are they significantly different grinds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamsc View Post
    Can potato starch be substituted for potato flour, or are they significantly different grinds?
    I've wondered that myself. I'm not sure. I've always assumed that the starch would be - well - starchier. Great help right?? LOL.

    You might be able to look at the carb count on the back of each and see if they are the same. My tendency would be to stick with the flour. Can anyone else shed light on this?
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    I used potato starch instead of potato flour when I made the flatbreads, and they came out fine. I didn't have any potato flour on hand, so I figured, "why not?" I haven't made them with potato flour, so I don't know how it might come out different.

    I made the flatbreads again (with potato starch), this time as the base for single-serving pizzas!

    I will have to get some potato flour to conduct the experiment!

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