Because of the great baking characteristics, Essential Eating Sprouted Flours can replace all-purpose and traditional flours one-for-one in baking or in making food products.
Flavor and Taste of Sprouted Flour
During the sprouting process the bitterness usually associated with whole grain is transformed into an amazing taste resulting in both children and adults loving the taste.
The Difference Between Sprouted Flour and Sprouted Mash
There is a huge difference between products made from sprouted flour those made from a sprouted mash, usually called flourless or manna. Essential Eating Sprouted Flours are NOT produced from a mash process, which are soaked sprouts made into a paste for baking. The sprouted mash process skips the drying, milling, and sifting processes used in dry milling, and are usually sold frozen to delay the enzymatic action or fermentation.
The Essential Eating Sprouted Flours are produced taking steps to allow the sprouted grain to be systematically rinsed, sifted to remove foreign matter, dried to stabilize microbial count and milled to produce great baking characteristics. The result is a deliciously flour that performs like all purpose flour yet is 100% whole grain. And the taste is amazing.
Consumer Reported Health Benefits of Eating Sprouted Flour
• Weight loss
• Digestive system unburdened
• Lower cholesterol
• Lower blood-pressure
• Better manage diabetes
• More energy for living
"I only eat breads, baked goods and pasta that are made with Essential Eating sprouted flour. After eliminating white and whole grain flour from my diet, I became more regular and began losing weight effortlessly."
Gluten and Sprouted Flour
Although many people have been diagnosed with gluten sensitivities, gluten intolerances or celiac dis-ease, many diagnosed with gluten problems are more likely to be sensitive or intolerant to starch. In general, they both exhibit the same symptoms of dis-ease. Most people find gluten easy to digest, but when a body cannot properly digest gluten, serious health issues can result. For those who are truly gluten intolerant, use caution as any amounts of foods containing gluten, including sprouted flour may still create a problem.
Diabetic-friendly Sprouted Flour
Carbohydrates that are not processed, are more in their natural state and are digested slower. They have a more complex sugar molecular structure that is difficult to breakdown, meaning they have a lower Glycemic Index (like most vegetables).
Organic, Kosher and Non-GMO
Where to Buy Essential Eating Sprouted Flours and Products
Essential Eating Sprouted Flour Products are made with 100% Essential Eating Sprouted Whole Grain Flour that is produced in a certified organic mill that is BRC certified. The process is a quality controlled organic system, which produces authentic sprouted flour with the associated benefits that add taste, nutrition and digestibility to whole grain products.
Essential Eating Sprouted Products are not made from a mash, which are soaked sprouts made into a paste for baking, called "flourless" products. The Essential Eating products are made from sprouted whole grains that are organically rinsed, gently dried, milled and tested to assure the grain is sprouted.
Storage and Shelf Life of Sprouted Flour
Do not store flour near foods and products with strong odors. Freezing in tightly packed, airtight container may extend the shelf life past 6 months. If frozen, return the flour to room temperature before using.
"I absolutely LOVE baking with the sprouted flour. I can tell the difference immediately (in my body) and so I want to use it for everything!"