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Oat Flour is a flour made by grinding oats into a powder. If you like oats, you will love the flavour and moisture that Oat Flour can add to baked goods, though it can make them chewier and more crumbly.
Oat Flour is particularly good in quick breads and cookies.
Even better is to add some Gluten Flour in a ratio of 1 tablespoon of Gluten Flour per cup of Oat Flour.
If you are making a "quick bread" recipe which isn't risen with yeast, you could try using all oat flour if you wish (though instead of going whole hog all at once, you are probably better to make the recipe with a bit more oat flour each time to see how it does.)
Or, instead of Oat Flour, try using whole wheat flour or other non-wheat flour.
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