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4 Gluten-Free Flours You Can Make in Your Blendtec Blender

Gluten free flours are a great alternative to white and wheat flours. Our four favorites to make are rice flour, quinoa flower, amaranth flour and oat flour is gluten free as long as you use certified oats. These flours can be used in so many of our great Blendtec recipes and in many of your favorite recipes.

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5 Recipes using Almond Milk

Dairy allergies are becoming more and more prevalent, so many people are turning to soy milk, rice milk, and almond milk as substitutes. There is a multitude of recipes that call for milk, and almond milk is a great substitute whether or not you have dietary restrictions. The best part of all is that you can easily make your own almond milk in your Blendtec blender.

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What’s in a Square Jar?

Have you ever wondered why Blendtec blending jars are square instead of round? In a round jar, ingredients are pushed to the top of the jar, where they stay. Many particles never get blended. The square jars force ingredients to bounce against the wall and move back into the blade, making sure everything gets blended. Read this post to find out more.