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Coconut Flour Organic B053

Coconut Flour Organic B053

$2.07

This product = Gluten free - Dairy free - Paleo - Vegan - Vegetarian - Pescetarian - Ketogenic Facts - Provides some fibre and small amounts of ma ...

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This product = Gluten free - Dairy free - Paleo - Vegan - Vegetarian - Pescetarian - Ketogenic

Facts

- Provides some fibre and small amounts of manganese, copper and selenium

Ingredients Organic coconut

Common Uses Makes a delightful coating for chicken and fish. It can also be used to make breads, cakes, biscuits, pancakes and muffins, in curries, smoothies, sprinkled on top of muesli or yoghurt and as a protein-packed porridge. Due to its high fibre content, coconut flour requires an equal ratio of liquid to flour. Replace up to 20% of the flour in a recipe, but an equal amount of liquid is needed to compensate. For baking, generally use 1/4 to 1/3 cup of coconut flour in place of other flours in most recipes. Increase the amount of eggs used. Every 1 Cup of flour requires approximately 6 beaten eggs. For frying or Sauteing - coconut flour can be used at a 1:1

Origin Sri Lanka

Nutritional Aspects Coconut flour is simply dried, ground up coconut meat. Defatting is one of the major steps in making it, so coconut flour doesn‰۪t have coconut fat left over (making it more suitable for baking). This means that on a macronutrient level, coconut flower contains mostly carbohydrate in the form of dietary fibre (90% of carbohydrate content is fibre) with some protein and fat. Similar to dried coconut, coconut flour contains very little on a micronutrient level with only manganese, copper and selenium appearing in significant amounts.

Recipes Coconut Banana Muffins http://www.livelovenourish.com.au/recipes-listing/coconut-banana-muffins

Grain-free and Nut-free Bread http://www.livelovenourish.com.au/recipes-listing/grain-free-nut-free-bread

Weight: 250gm, 500gm, 1Kg