Hugo Czech
Hugo Czech voted up HappyTwo BeHereTwo's answer

If you can't find coconut flour, you can make your own.  Just grind unsweetened dried coconut in a coffee mill, mortar and pestle, or blender (small amounts at a time.)  That's what I do, since my local stores don't carry it.

If you're allergic to coconut and other nut flours, there are substitutes, including tapioca.  Few … Read more

Hugo Czech
Hugo Czech voted up HappyTwo BeHereTwo's answer

If you can't find coconut flour, you can make your own.  Just grind unsweetened dried coconut in a coffee mill, mortar and pestle, or blender (small amounts at a time.)  That's what I do, since my local stores don't carry it.

If you're allergic to coconut and other nut flours, there are substitutes, including tapioca.  Few … Read more