Flour

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  • Banana Flour

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    This amazing fruit produced flour is a resistant starch, making it an amazing alternative to grain flours for cooking.

    This product is incredibly versatile. Use it in your smoothies as a bulk fibre rich additive, or for baking cakes, biscuits, pasta and short crust pastry.

    To use in baking, simply use 25% less flour than you would with other flours.

    Ingredients:

    100% natural green bananas


  • Besan Chickpea Flour Organic

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    Flour made from ground dried chickpeas, it is also known as garbanzo flour or gram flour. It is primarily used in Indian and Pakistani cooking for making bread and savoury pastries such as poppadums/pakoras/bhajis.  It can also be used as a facial scrub.

    Besan chickpea flour has a characteristic nutty flavour that allows it to be mixed with very few ingredients to create delicious tasting and simple Indian inspired pastry/bread.

    How to use:

     * Use as simple base for creating many Indian breads/pastries.  For a great pakora batter, add 1 cup of besan flour to ¾ cup of water to this add your favourite Indian spices such as garam marsala, coriander, garlic and turmeric, mix together to from a batter and then coat your fresh vegetables and cook as desired.

    * Add equal amounts of water to flour and use as an egg replacement in vegan cooking

    * Add either water/ coconut oil/ yoghurt to flour and rub together to form a paste that may be used as a facial exfoliator.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Chickpeas.

     

     


  • Blanched Almond Meal

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    This meal is made using blanched almonds (which are almonds with the skin removed) that has been ground into a crumbly flour.

    How to Use: 

    Substitute for wheat flour.  Blanched almond meal is a fantastic addition to cakes and muffins etc.  Usually, more eggs are required when baking with almond meal to provide more structure.

    Ingredients:

    Ground blanched almonds

     


  • Hazelnut Meal

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    Hazelnut Meal is hazelnuts that have been ground to a flour like consistency. Hazelnut meal has a sweet, nutty flavour.

    How to Use:

    A great substitute for wheat flour, perfect for adding a rich flavor to all baked goods, from breads and muffins to cakes and cookies. Substitute up to one-third of the recommended flour in your favorite recipes with hazelnut meal/flour.

    Ingredients:

    Hazelnuts

     

     


  • Natural Almond Meal

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    Natural Almond Meal is made from almonds that still have their skins on. The almonds have not been blanched and so have a more intense flavour.

    How to Use:

    Substitute for wheat flour.  Almond meal is a fantastic addition to cakes and muffins etc.  Usually, more eggs are required when baking with almond meal to provide more structure.

    Ingredients:

    Almonds

     


  • Organic Almond Meal

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    Organic Almond Meal is made from almonds that are not exposed to pesticides or other chemicals.

    How to Use:

    Substitute for wheat flour, baking or raw food cakes, can be used for a lighter baking for such things as shortbread.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Almonds

     


  • Organic Brown Rice Flour

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    Brown rice flour is made by milling brown rice. Brown rice flour is nutritious, wholesome and full of flavour and is excellent in a wide variety of baked goods.

    How to Use:

    Because brown rice flour has a high oil content it must be stored properly or it can become rancid. The best place to store the flour is in the refrigerator where it can be stored without spoilage for up to 5 months. It is also possible to store brown rice flour in the freezer where it will likely keep for up to a year.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Brown rice

     

     


  • Organic Buckwheat Flour

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    Despite its name, Buckwheat is not a variety of wheat – or even a grain. Buckwheat is botanically a fruit seed related to sorrel and rhubarb. This certified Organic Buckwheat Flour has no added preservatives and is non-GMO. The whole buckwheat kernel is milled for this flour; only the inedible outer husk is sifted off. Organic Buckwheat Flour has a fresh, subtle aroma, a rich nutty flavour and a natural, light brown colour. This versatile flour is a delicious choice when wheat free flour is needed. However, it can be used in any recipe and is great for baking and making pasta.

    How to Use:
    Buckwheat flour is a great grain free flour suitable for all your baking needs. Buckwheat flour is a little denser than some other whole flours. When using Buckwheat flour in bread dough, it is best to mix it half-half with another flour – to ensure proper proving and rising. For a delicious wheat free loaf, try combining 3 parts buckwheat with 2 of quinoa and 1 part brown rice flour. Buckwheat also makes a great sourdough. Organic Buckwheat flour is deliciously suitable for pizza bases, home-made pasta and traditional Japanese soba noodles. Or create yummy pancakes – great with banana and maple syrup; scrumptious biscuits and muffins; and hearty pie crusts.

    Ingredients:
    Milled Organic Buckwheat Kernels.

    Preservative Free, GMO Free. Vegan.

    Allergens:
    NIL.
    This product may have been manufactured, packaged and/or stored in a facility that processes nuts, dairy, gluten, soy, sesame seeds, sulphites, eggs and/or other allergens.

    Storage:
    Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in warm climates.

    Shelf Life:
    Up to 18 months when stored as above. See Best Before date.

     

     


  • Organic Buckwheat Pancake Mix

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    How to use:

    For every 325g of the buckwheat pancake mixture mix just add in 400ml of desired milk (cow, soy, rice, almond etc) and mix. More or less liquid can be added to reach desired consistency.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Buckwheat Flour, Organic Sugar, Organic Maize Flour, Whole Egg Powder, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate, Monocalcium Phosphate Anhydrous, Natural Vanilla Flavour, Organic Sunflower Oil.

     

     

     


  • Organic Coconut Flour

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    Coconut flour is made from dried, ground organic coconut meat.

    How to use:

    When using coconut flour in your cooking/baking a general substitution is 1/4 – 1/3 cup of coconut flour for 1 cup of grain based flour. You will also need to use more eggs.  For every 1 cup of coconut flour you will need 6 beaten eggs and 1 cup of other fluid. 

    Ingredients:

    Organic Coconut

     

     


  • Organic Millet Flour

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    Organic millet flour is produced by stone milling the hulled millet into a fine flour.  Millet flour is commonly used for flat bread, tortillas & corn chips.

    How to Use:

    Organic millet flour is light and mild in flavor with a subtle sweetness making it perfect for sweet or savoury baking. It is commonly used in combination with other flours in baked goods. Millet flour will add a lovely creamy colour to your baking.

    Substitute up to 25% of the flour in your recipe with millet flour for added nutrition. It is often mixed with gluten-rich flours to make yeast raised bread and cakes. It can be used as a thickening or binding agent as a cornflour would be used.

    Ideally Millet flour should be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator to retain its freshness.


  • Organic Quinoa Flour

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    Quinoa flour is made by grounding up the quinoa grain. It is mainly used in making baked goods.

    How to Use:

    Quinoa tastes great (it has a slightly sweet and nutty flavour) and also adds a lightness to baked goods without using white flour.  Quinoa flour makes great biscuits, muffins and pancakes.  It must be combined with gluten-rich flours when making cakes and breads that rise.

    It can also be used as a thickening agent for sauces, as a cornflour would be used.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Quinoa

     

     

     


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