Organic Coconut Flour | Raw
Why Organic Coconut Flour?
Coconut flour is uniquely different from wheat flour alternatives. It is naturally low in digestible carbohydrates and contains no gluten. It has fewer carbohydrates than soy or nut flour but is high in fiber and a good source of protein.
Raw coconut flour is four times higher in fiber than oat bran, two times higher in fiber than wheat bran, and three times higher in fiber than ground flaxseed. Bulk coconut flour also contains more protein than white flour, rye flour, or cornmeal. It has as much protein as buckwheat or whole wheat flour.
How Does Organic Coconut Flour Compare To Other Alternative Flours?
Rice, soy, and potatoes are often the base for wheat flour alternatives. Even though these products do not contain gluten, they are still high in carbohydrates. The taste and texture of alternative flours are often not as tasty.
These products often contain flavor enhancers and sweeteners to help make them more palatable. People who need to avoid wheat for allergies or dietary preferences are those who use these products.
Many regard raw coconut flour as one of the most versatile flours. Bread made with organic coconut flour is light and soft with a wonderful taste and texture. Pastries and other baked goods stay moist and maintain their delicate flavor, all without being overpowered by the flavor of coconut.
Once you try a bag, you’ll agree it’s a fantastic choice.
How Is Our Coconut Flour Different From Other Brands?
Wildly Organic’s coconut flour is similar to other brands with a few exceptions: The organic coconuts are dried at low temperatures. The dried coconut is then pressed slowly and carefully to avoid generating heat, and no toasting of the flakes occurs.
Our raw coconut flour is white rather than beige or light tan. This gentle process means our bulk coconut flour has slightly more oil, making it more flavorsome.
How Can You Use Organic Coconut Flour In Your Kitchen?
As a rule, you need to add approximately six eggs for every ½ cup of coconut flour you use in your recipe and increase liquids because the fiber is very absorbent. Eggs will take the place of the gluten found in wheat and help it to stick together.
Adding this flour to smoothies is a great way to add fiber to your diet. Raw coconut flour is more palatable in smoothies than other fiber, even though it supplies more roughage than other sources.
How Do I Substitute Organic Coconut Flour Into My Recipe?
Because bulk coconut flour does not contain any gluten, it will fall apart if you use it as a cup-for-cup substitute for regular wheat flour. You can, however, substitute up to 25% (15-20% is best) of that flour with coconut flour. In addition, whatever amount of organic coconut flour you use, you must increase the liquid in your recipe by that same measure.
So, for example, if your recipe calls for 2 cups of wheat flour, you could use 1 ½ cups of wheat flour, ½ cups of raw coconut flour, and ½ cup of additional liquid such as milk, water, or juice. This will increase the fiber content of your food.
Frequently Asked Questions
Want to learn more about this product? Here, you can read some of the most common questions customers ask us.
Is coconut flour gluten-free?
Our bulk coconut flour is entirely gluten-free. It’s full of fiber, plant protein, and nutrients. This combination of nutrients may aid digestion and help you avoid stomach issues while boosting your energy levels.
Can you eat organic coconut flour every day?
Raw coconut flour is one of our coconut products that you can safely add to your daily diet. It’s a healthier alternative to wheat flour without the side effects. The low caloric content of this flour may be an excellent option for people who want to watch their weight.
How long does coconut flour last?
With proper storage, organic coconut flour can last up to two years. Store it in an airtight container in a dark, cool place, away from heat sources. You can also freeze it if you want it to last beyond the printed expiration date.
Can you eat coconut flour raw?
You don’t necessarily need to bake bulk coconut flour. You can eat it raw by adding it to smoothies. If you prefer to bake it, you can make chocolate coconut cupcakes with it or use it instead of regular flour in your favorite recipes.
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