- — Non-GMO, Vegan
- — Gluten Free
If you’re on the lookout for a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour, our Certified Gluten Free Amaranth Flour is a great choice. It is processed and packaged in a gluten-free facility, so it is ideal for those with gluten intolerance or for those who simply want to avoid gluten in their ration. Food to Live Organic Amaranth Flour is produced by stone-grinding whole amaranth grains into a fine consistency flour. It is tasty, filling, and most importantly, nutritious.
Nutritional Value of Whole-Grain Organic Amaranth Flour
Organic Amaranth Grain Flour is known to be packed with protein (a few times higher than wheat flour). It helps to build muscle strength and maintain stable energy levels whole working out. Amaranth Flour Gluten Free is also beneficial for its high levels of dietary fiber, which is vital for proper digestion. Moreover, it is rich in Vitamins A, C, E, and B6, Calcium, Iron, Manganese, Phosphorus, and Magnesium. For that reason, Amaranth Flour Organic is a potent addition to any healthy diet.
How to use Amaranth Flour Organic & Gluten Free
While Finely Ground Organic Amaranth Flour is a great alternative to wheat flour, it can also substitute quinoa, brown rice, almond, and coconut flours. When cooking with amaranth flour, note that it absorbs more water, thus it is better to combine it with lighter flours (mentioned above) in a 1:3 ratio. Use Organic Amaranth Flour for baking muffins, cookies, protein bars, and pancakes, or for making amaranth flour wafers, tortillas, and chapati. Besides, Gluten Free Amaranth Flour works well as a thickening agent for gravies, soups, and sauces.
How to store Amaranth Flour in bulk?
Having a nutty and earthy flavor, Amaranth Flour is sensitive to strong scents, so please keep it in an airtight container. It is best to store bulk Organic Amaranth Flour packages either in a cool dry place or in a freezer. Note, that the refrigerator should be omitted for this purpose because of its unstable temperatures and humidity.