Rice flour is ground, finely milled raw rice. It can come in brown or white, and has a similar consistency to white flour and with care, can be an excellent substitute. . It is used in many Japanese and Philipino recipes, and have become more popular in North America due to an increase in gluten allergies and sensitivities as a wheat flour substitute. Continue reading Rice Flour
Coconut flour is dried ground coconut meat. It is the white fluffy byproduct of coconut milk production.
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Hemp seeds are a fantastic source of nutrients, and can easily be incorporated into anyones
diet to improve healthfulness. One major misconception is that hemp seeds contain THC –
tetrahydrocannabinol – the chemical responsible for marijuanas psychological effects. Continue reading Hemp Seeds
While once thought to be a source of unhealthy fat, new scientific finding in the healthy benefits of coconut oil have caused it to explode onto the market. Continue reading Coconut Oil
Chickpea flour is a flavorful, nutrient dense creamy textured flour made from the milling of the garbanzo bean.
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The major benefits to chickpea flour are it’s high protein content – 1 cup has 21 g of protein, B6, potassium, magnesium and iron. Continue reading Chickpea Flour