Alternative flours are available for those with celiac and gluten allergies but how about those who are also allergic to nuts? Flours made from nuts, for example, almond flour, represent a good percentage of these alternative solutions. This makes cassava flour an even more attractive choice since it is completely safe for those with nut allergies. However, as an extra precaution, experts recommend that anyone with a nut allergy check that the cassava flour packaging states, "Made in a nut free factory," or wording to that effect.
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