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Cassava Flour

Cassava flour is made from the cassava root. In texture, cassava flour reassembles wheat flour and is very finely ground. Cassava flour can easily be used by people who are allergic to nuts, as it is both nut and grain free. If you are unable to use coconut or nut-based flours in recipes, cassava is a great alternative for gluten-free baking.

Cassava flour is taste neutral when used with other ingredients, and it helps digestion so it is especially useful if you suffer from a delicate gastrointestinal tract. The flour has a low-calorie content, not containing much fat or sugar.

Benefits

As a tuberous root vegetable, cassava is gluten, grain and nut-free, as well as vegan, vegetarian and paleo friendly.

Cassava contains fibers which are not soluble in water. It helps in the absorption of toxins that enter your intestines, helping your digestive health.

Cassava flour has double the calories and carbohydrates as sweet potato, making it a valuable and reliable food source for millions of people. As cassava flour is high in carbohydrates, it boosts energy. Not only that, your brain begins to work more efficiently when you add cassava flour to your meals.

As a tuberous root vegetable, cassava is gluten, grain and nut-free, as well as vegan, vegetarian and paleo friendly.

Cassava contains fibers which are not soluble in water. It helps in the absorption of toxins that enter your intestines, helping your digestive health.

Cassava flour has double the calories and carbohydrates as sweet potato, making it a valuable and reliable food source for millions of people. As cassava flour is high in carbohydrates, it boosts energy. Not only that, your brain begins to work more efficiently when you add cassava flour to your meals.

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