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
Chocolate lovers rejoice! Cacao nibs are the beans of the cacao tree that have been fermented dried and roasted. They pack a deep rich chocolatey flavour and provide numerous health benefits. Continue reading Cacao Nibs
Contrary to what the name might suggest, buckwheat is a fruit seed not a cereal grain, therefore it is gluten free and can fit into a grain free diet. Buckwheat was first cultivated in southeast Asia in 6000 BCE, and was one of the first crops introduced to North America by the European settlers. It is a short season crop with high yields. Continue reading Buckwheat Flour
Coconut flour is dried ground coconut meat. It is the white fluffy byproduct of coconut milk production. Continue reading Coconut Flour
Rapadura is an organic unrefined sugar known for it’s rich caramel flavour. It comes from the pure extracted juice of the sugar cane from central and latin America. . Rapadura is made in the form of a large brick and is produced on site at sugarcane plantations. It is brown, course and grainy in texture and is the go to alternative to white sugar in many countries such as Venezuela due to it being a cheaper and healthier option. Continue reading Rapadura Sugar