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What is Pea Flour?
Green Peas are a pantry staple in many households around the globe and it’s no wonder – they are full of healthful nutrients! But did you know that you can also enjoy Organic Green Pea Flour? It is made by milling dried organic green peas into a fine texture with no additives. Food to Live’s Green Pea Flour is USDA Organic, Non-GMO, 100% Raw, and Vegan.
Organic Peas Flour Versatile Uses
Organic Pea Flour is pale green in color and fine in texture. Its flavor is mild and slightly nutty making it suitable for both sweet and savory recipes. First of all, you can use Organic Pea Powder for thickening soups, sauces, gravies, and stews. It’s an amazing alternative to cornstarch. Second, Green Pea Flour Organic makes a great coating for fried chicken, veggies, or fish. Furthermore, use this Flour when making pancakes, pizza crusts, tortillas, or baking cookies, flatbreads, crispy crackers, muffins, and even cakes. Powdered Organic Peas naturally do not contain gluten, therefore can be used as a substitute for Wheat, Barley, or Rye flours. Keep in mind, that you may need to make some adjustments to your recipe to get the desired texture of your dough.
What are the benefits of Organic Pea Flour?
Green Peas Flour packs a bunch of beneficial macro and micronutrients. It is a powerhouse of plant protein and dietary fiber. Just 1 ounce of Organic Green Pea Flour contains 8 g of protein and 8 g of fiber. At the same time, it is fairly low in carbs which makes it suitable for a Keto diet. Besides, this flour is full of Vitamins C and A, Iron, Folate, Manganese, Phosphorus, and Thiamine.
Shop Wisely with Food to Live’s Organic Pea Flour Bulk
Benefit by shopping highest quality bulk Organic Pea Protein Powder at Food to Live and pay less per unit. If you store this flour properly, it will stay fresh and nutrient-dense for up to 1.5 years.
Store Organic Green Pea Flour in a moisture-proof container in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight. For long-term storage, consider putting the flour in the fridge.