Sometimes Alkaline flours can be hard to find internationally. Read about the following flours and a (*) indicates that specific flour is gluten free. ♥️
🌿 * Chickpea Flour: Great source of minerals. This flour made from raw chickpeas (garbanzo beans), gives a rich & tasty feel. Great for gluten-Free baking. It can also be used to thicken sauce or soups.
🌿 Spelt Flour: Spelt is considered an ancient grain. It has slightly more vitamins & minerals than regular wheat flour. It’s also easier to digest. Spelt is high in protein and definitely easier on the colon.
🌿 Rye Flour: Typically for me this is best used for making flat breads and breads in general. I made a nice pizza crust using this bread. It’s a bit thicker than chickpea and rises slightly.
🌿 * Teff Flour: Contains all 8 essential amino acids, making it a complete protein. If you’re an athlete looking to accelerate gains & speed up recovery, teff aids in that. Made from the smallest grain in the world. Great source of iron and dietary fiber.
🌿 * Quinoa Flour: Gluten free & helps manage your blood sugar. Top two pros other than being delicious, are it aids in boosting metabolism and aids in helping tissue grow and repair.
🌿 Kamut Flour: Great for whole grain baking, it has this buttery and nutty flavor that enhances when you cook like, pretzels, cookies, muffins, waffles, etc. it’s a little more dense than the other flours.
🌿 * Amaranth Flour: This ancient grain is also known for its good source of fiber. You can use this flour to bake breads, cakes, etc. This flour similar to Kamut retains its natural nutty flavor while simultaneously enhancing the nutritional value of your meal of dessert.