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Flour substitutes for MTHFR (no folic acid)?

heykatieben | Sep 30, 201807:00 AM     1

Does anyone know of a guide (or what you do?) for white flour substitutes for an MTHFR diet (avoiding folic acid)? For some things, oats or almond flours will work - what flour do you use for baking? Does anyone sell, in the US, a non-fortified white flour? It doesn't have to be gluten free, but gluten free cooking may satisfy this. Thanks!

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