Jamaican Cassava Flour.
This Made in Jamaica cassava flour is gluten free and vegan friendly. Cassava flour’s neutral flavour and fine, light texture make it an excellent choice for sweet and savoury baked goods. You can also use it to bread meat and seafood, and to replace breadcrumbs in meatballs and veggie burgers.
Cassava flour can be used in recipes without it even being detected at all and that it’s practically indistinguishable from wheat-based counterparts. Cassava flour can be used to replace only a portion of grain flour in mixtures requiring the flour to rise well, such as for breads or cakes. .For recipes that don’t require rising, cassava can totally replace grain flours.
Cassava flour makes a good choice for people with health conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol. Cassava flour is extremely low in salt/sodium, sugar and fat, plus totally free from refined carbohydrates and synthetic ingredients.
The best way to use cassava flour is to pair it with other nutrient-dense, complimentary foods in order to boost the fibre, vitamin and mineral content of recipes. For example, you can increase the amount of fibre in recipes by using cassava flour in combination with high-fibre foods like chia seeds or flax seeds. It can also be used to make pizza dough or crepes that you can top with your favourite healthy ingredients, such as raw cheese, tomato sauce, veggies, fruit or avocado.
Cassava has been found to assimilate carbon at very high rates under high levels of humidity, withstand high temperatures and solar radiation, and survive in environments whether dry or humid.
Cassava flour gets close to being the ultimate replacement for grain flour.