Overview

Coconut flour is simply flour made from coconut meat instead of wheat and grains like other flours. As its name implies, it is coconut meat that's now in a very refined powder form. In other words, this is the coconut meat itself that has been dried out and ground a bit after removing the coconut milk. There are several reasons why this flour is popularly used nowadays. One, it is a very healthy flour. It is healthy because it is a hundred percent gluten-free unlike most flours out there. This proves to be ...
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Overview

Coconut flour is simply flour made from coconut meat instead of wheat and grains like other flours. As its name implies, it is coconut meat that's now in a very refined powder form. In other words, this is the coconut meat itself that has been dried out and ground a bit after removing the coconut milk. There are several reasons why this flour is popularly used nowadays. One, it is a very healthy flour. It is healthy because it is a hundred percent gluten-free unlike most flours out there. This proves to be beneficial for those who cannot tolerate gluten in their bodies as well as in preventing celiac disease from attacking. Two, it is a flour that's very high in fiber which makes it flour that can aid digestion, lower blood cholesterol levels since this flour is low in saturated fats, as well as prevent diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels since fiber can also lower absorption and concentration of sugar in the blood.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781630221362
  • Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 9/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 25
  • Sales rank: 531,218
  • File size: 41 KB

Meet the Author

Cooking enthusiast and foodie, Valerie Alston is the author of various cooking related books and essays. She was born in United States and at the moment lives there with her family. Valerie is happily married and has two kids. She became her writing career several years ago, however only recently she became a published author. Valerie has plans to release different cooking books in the future, where she will be sharing her favorite recipes and tips. Cooking is not the only passion of Valerie, besides that she likes cycling, swimming and piano playing. She says that having different hobbies allows her to become better at cooking craft. Her husband also enjoys cycling and often they cycle together. Valerie also enjoys travelling other countries. It allows her to explore different cultures as well as foreign cuisines. Valerie Alston became a cook thanks to her mother who gave her first cooking lessons. Now Valerie has her own cooking style and also teaches to cook her kids.
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