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White Flour or COCONUT Flour, Which one is better?

One of the derivative products from coconut is coconut flour. Maybe not everyone is familiar with coconut flour, because coconut flour is an alternative for people who have problems with gluten contained in white flour. Although coconut flour can be used as an alternative to wheat flour, both of them have different characteristics that may not always be used interchangeably. In this case, generally white flour contains gluten, this is a protein that functions to make bread dough soft and […]

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Why should Storage Coconut Sugar at Home ?

  Basically almost people likes sweet, so having a coconut sugar stock at home is recommended. Coconut sugar is fast becoming a popular sugar to add to everything from coffee to dessert – and it can be a great ingredient to work with when you know how to use it. Coconut sugar is made from the sap of coconut palm trees in a process that is very similar to the production of maple syrup. The harvested sap is reduced to a […]

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Why Use Coconut Sugar and Replace Sugar Cane?

Everyday there are still many people asking about why to use coconut sugar and replace sugar cane? We get this question quite a bit so we thought we should talk about it. Simply put, we only use natural sweeteners like coconut sugar, honey and maple syrup in our own home, so coconut sugar was the natural choice for us to use in our chocolate. We did make a few batches of chocolate using cane sugar in the beginning but found […]

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Healthy Cooking with Coconut Flour

  Today many people are interested to use coconut flour. Coconut flour can be used to replace wheat flour and other types of grain-based flours in baked goods and other recipes. For people with celiac disease, which is an autoimmune disorder that causes your immune system to attack your small intestine, this is essential. Glutinous proteins, found in wheat, barley, and rye, can make your gut more permeable, which allows partially digested proteins to enter your bloodstream, sensitizing your immune […]

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