Make White Rice Flour

How-To Make
White Rice Flour

White Rice Flour can easily be made in the WonderMill electric grain mill or the Wonder Junior hand grain mill (see our video) from whole white rice. Makes a fine or coarse rice flour for all your gluten-free or other needs.

Learn more about the WonderMill electric grain mill or Wonder Junior hand grain mill

White rice flour is a commonly used gluten-free flour but can be used in a variety of uses and recipes, gluten-free or not.

Whole white rice can be bought at almost all food stores and stores almost indefinitely in the right type of conditions. Buying whole white rice in bulk and grinding your own rice flour at home can be a real money saver when compared to buying white rice flour on a regular basis.

Save Up-To $3.06/pound
Milling Your Own White Rice Flour

One of the best places I have found to buy whole white rice in bulk is Costco, I am sure Sam’s Club is similar. I can buy a 25 pound bag of cheap white rice for $8.99, that is only $0.36/pound. Because they do not currently sale white rice flour in the stores in my area I buy it from and I get enough that I qualify for the free shipping. To buy a 4 pack of 24 oz. Bob’s Red Mill white rice flour packages costs $20.48, that is a whopping $3.42/pound. Do the math, if I were to buy bulk from Costco and grind it myself in my WonderMill grain mill I would save $3.06/pound. If you were to make 2 loaves of Chef Brad’s rice bread every week for just 1 year, you would have your WonderMill grain mill paid for by savings from white rice flour alone.

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5 Responses to Make White Rice Flour

  1. Keffe says:

    I would like to start a rice flour whole sale please contact me

  2. Trish Riley says:

    I used BOB’s Red mill rice flour in a receipe with perfect results. I ground my own flour and used it in the same recipe and it was horribly bad. The fresh ground rice soaked up the liquids and left the batter crumbly, not like batter at all making the dish edible but not enjoyable. What gives?

    • Linda McEnerny says:

      Wow – that is a shame! I am wondering if you measured by weight or measured cup? I have found that it makes a huge difference in using any gluten free flours to always use weight measurements. Volume is affected by so many local and processing factors.

  3. Burton says:

    You’re an incredibly intelligent man!

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