*I can’t tolerate many of the healthier, gluten-free flours; e.g., sorghum, buckwheat. Therefore, my gluten-free flour mix is 3 parts Asian white rice flour (which is very finely ground) and 2 parts cornstarch. I gently mix three one-lb bags of the Asian white rice flour and two one-lb boxes of cornstarch in a very large bowl and then store the mix in several airtight containers. It’s a very economical mix that works well in most recipes. No refrigeration is needed.[br][br][br][br]Adapted from Southern Living[br][br][br][br]If you are frying a lot of oysters at once, you will need more oil, of course ... maybe adding enough to be an inch or more deep in the skillet. As you can see, I just made my “cheat” cole slaw (cole slaw veggies mixed with poppyseed dressing) to go along with Mr. GFE’s oysters. He was quite pleased with that combination.