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Anthony's Organic Lupin Flour, 1 lb, Gluten Free, Non GMO, Keto Friendly
|Price:||$12.99 ($0.81 / Ounce) $12.34 ($0.77 / Ounce)|
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|Package Weight||0.48 Kilograms|
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- Organic Lupin Flour - Single ingredient plant protein or flour alternative
- Batch Tested and Verified Gluten Free
- Single Ingredient - Made of Sweet Lupin Beans
- Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Plant Based, Vegan, Low Carb, Keto Friendly
- Add a scoop to your smoothies, shakes, yogurts, pancakes, tortillas, cookies, bread and more!
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USDA Organic products must be produced using farming practices that maintain and improve soil and water quality, minimize the use of synthetic materials, conserve biodiversity, and avoid genetic engineering, among other factors. Crops can be certified organic if they’re grown without prohibited substances such as most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides for three years prior to harvest. Products that contain a minimum of 95 percent organic ingredients and use the USDA Organic seal are part of Climate Pledge Friendly.
Organic Lupin Flour is made by grinding Sweet Lupin Beans that are part of the same legume family as peanuts and soybeans. Found in Egyptian tombs, Lupin beans have been consumed for centuries. Who would’ve thought Pharaohs were on low carb, gluten free diets? This organic flour is a must-have for your favorite Keto recipes. Add a small scoop or two to your smoothies, shakes, or yogurts as a plant-based protein! Or use it to make noodles, bread, cookies, tortillas, waffles, pancakes and so much more! Anthony’s Organic Lupin Flour is Gluten Free, Non-GMO, and Plant-Based, as well as Vegan & Keto Friendly.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 9.21 x 6.85 x 4.13 inches; 1 Pounds
- UPC : 850014068936
- Manufacturer : Anthony's
- ASIN : B095QNL2NZ
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,196 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #156 in Baking Flours & Meals
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Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2022
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I was generally satisfied with the quality of the lupin flour in most recipes I tried.
One caveat is that the flour is yellow and whatever you cook with it will get that yellow hue (which doesn't bother me). I guess that for some products this will actually be an advantage.
Anthony's lupin flour has a strong bean flavor (but not bitter), quite unique; it's similar to chickpea flour in a way, maybe less "raw" in flavor. I liked it for savory recipes, but for sweets recipes is not ideal for me; of course, you can add cacao powder, extracts and flavorings, and other things to cover the taste; but I would still stick with coconut, almond or hazelnut flour for desserts.
For most recipes I find that it works better using 4g of each oat fiber and psyllium husk per 29g serving of lupin flour. It bakes and cooks identically to regular flour, as long as I use hot water; also, a splash of vinegar (or other acid) helps with the rise of baked goods. Off course, you can use it on it's own, or just with either oat fiber or psyllium husk, but the combo gives the best results.
It's quite an easy flour to work with, compared to other less used flours.
I made breads, tortillas, flatbread, pancakes, mug cakes and other items with this lupin flour and I liked the results. Personally I wouldn't add it to smoothie, shakes and yogurts; it doesn't taste good raw.
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