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Cook wanted!

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I returned from Gotland ( Sweden) with the recipe for the seed crispbread we were served for breakfast. Surprisingly I have manged to buy all the seeds needed but can't find maize flour. I can easily buy cornflour ( which is the finest ground of all flours here ) rice flour and wheat flour which is what I use in everyday cooking.
What can I use as an alternative?
The search function turns up American websites which talk about things I can't get ( and also maggots!)- don't ask!
I am in the U.K. but not in a city and so my choices are limited.
Thanks

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