Coconut Flour Questions
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Hello fellow Paleo people! I'm proud say that a little over a month ago I went fully paleo. This presented a major problem for me: pancakes. Problem: No pancakes!! I love pancakes, but normally they clearly aren't paleo. The pancake recipes I... (more)
So I have this comparative study for a school project and it requires the nutritional facts of both coconut and wheat flour. My dilemma is where can I source a gram per gram comparison of these two flours. Everywhere I look, one is always heavier... (more)
Can I use millet flour as a substitute for almond flour.? I usually use coconut or sunflower seed flour, but I currently have no access to either of the products.
Nut & alternative grain flours are totally icing on the proverbial paleo cake. Their only advantage is that they are gluten-free. If that's your primary concern, then go for it.
I know that it's paleo to use almond or coconut flour instead of regular wheat flour for baking. But in my region one cannot easily find those paleo types of flours and making flour of raw almonds or even coconuts is a crazy and expensive idea... (more)
you can replace 20% of the flour called for in a recipe with coconut flour, adding an equivalent amount of additional liquid to the receipe" Now, does that mean: 1. Replace all the flour with coconut flour, using only 20% of the amount... (more)
when i was on SCD, i used coconut flour mixed with almond flour. i usually didn't bake solely with coconut flour because i can't eat eggs. for some reason, you need more eggs when you bake with coconut flour.
I'm not talking about restaurants or processed freezer meats, I mean just plain cuts of meat lightly coated with coconut flour then fried(not deep fried though)in coconut oil or ghee in a wide saucepan(it's my favourite way to eat liver). Is it... (more)
It is just as paleo as any of the other paleo things we modern humans eat. If you want to be a stickler, then only food you hunted and gathered is paleo, and then you most likely ate it raw, or possibly roasted over an open fire.
I have a recipe that I would like to change to a Paleo Recipe. Can you tell me the Almond and Coconut Flour equivalents to substitute in place of regular Flour. Thank you. Judy R.
We are trying to bake cookies using 100% coconut flour. We want them crispy and so far all previous attempts makes them very soft, or semi-soft with the edges cripsy. It's getting frustrating. We are NOT dairy-free, we can use... (more)
Maybe it is okay for other people, but I made a dessert with one and one half tablespoons of coconut flour. I was incredibly bloated afterwords, and nothing left my system for two days. Someone mentioned coconut flour is the most dense form of... (more)
Hey guys, I've been looking into buying bulk with the ridic prices at places like Whole Foods and how little it really is when you use it all the time for cooking. I found a really cool restaurant supply store that sells things in bulk. The... (more)
I have made two batches of Paleo baked goods in the last few weeks since finishing my Whole30. First batch was "biscuits" with coconut flour, almond meal and egg whites. Second was "dinner rolls" with coconut flour, almond meal, flax meal, chia... (more)
I just purchased a bag of coconut flour on a whimm while looking around in a specialty food store. I love baking and really do miss it, so I'm very excited to experiement with it. What are your favorite recipes using coconut flour?
What are the best recipes that you have made and tried and would make it again? I have never really eaten pancakes, very rarely, but all of a sudden I have had this immense craving for some this week(probably from looking at pictures of "paleo... (more)
I have seen a ton of recipes that include substituting almond flour or coconut flour in baked goods, or for pancakes etc. I was wondering if this is actually a good idea, or if it is just as bad as eating a pancake or a cookie with wheat... (more)
Just wanted to let you guys know that Againstallgrain.com is giving away a copy of the Paleo friendly Gluten Free Cupcake Cookbook and a bag of coconut flour! http://www.againstallgrain.com/2012/03/03/cupcakes-and-coconut-flour-weekend-giveaway/ (more)
I've been interested in coconut products for a while and started by using coconut oil in cooking. I then started having a morning smoothie with coconut milk (1/4 c.). Later I started adding 1 T. coconut oil to those smoothies. At that point I... (more)
Does anyone use coconut flour as a source of protein and fiber in their smoothies? To make two servings, I have been using a mixture of 5 tablespoons of coconut flour, 2 cups of raspberries, one banana, and two cups of coconut milk. By my... (more)
Wow. Just looked on my package and what you're drinking, the 3oz of coconut flour, has about 40g of fiber and close to 20 for protein. Usually when people make their protein shakes they only use about a spoonful if they are utilizing coconut flour... (more)
I feel almost silly asking this...but does anyone else have trouble with heartburn after consuming coconut products? I keep trying to use coconut oil and/or coconut butter--I'm not wild about it, but am trying to avoid dairy. I've also made some... (more)
Have you been tested for h. pylori antibodies? Coconut oil can be anti-bacterial and while h. pylori has a bad rap, if it's been there a while it's probably moderating the acid content of the stomach for you. Just a theory though.
Last night I tried my hand at banana bread made with coconut flour and they came out great (the bf thought they were a little dry, but was still impressed considering that they had no flour)! I'm now hooked onto paleo baking! Can anyone tell me... (more)
I made this recipe last week, and it was awesome, but I want to try and replicate it with other flavors and without the bananas: http://raspberrycoconut.com/2011/06/08/grain-free-banana-blondies/. Other than this experiment, I find that either my... (more)
There are many recipes using coconut flour that I would like to use, but I don't have any and can't find any without ordering it online. I've got almond flour and chestnut flour that I have used for cookies/pancakes (not often, but a couple times... (more)