Rice bran can be found in most supermarkets and health stores. It’s naturally gluten-free and doesn’t taste very different to wheat bran. The taste is very mild, and it’s versatile.
Flaxseed and Flaxseed Meal are essentially the same thing – meal is just partially ground up. Again, it’s easily accessible in your local supermarket and health shops.
Next, we’re going to be looking at chickpea flour. Although a great substitute for wheat bran, it’s not quite as fibrous as our other options. It contains 20.9g of fiber in each cup.
It’s easy to incorporate wheat bran substitutes into your diet, and I hope this article has helped you navigate this part of your gluten-free diet better.
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