Coconut flour consists of 60% dietary fiber (higher than wheat flour); the rest being proteins, carbohydrates, water, and coconut oil. The great thing about coconut flour is that it is completely gluten-free. This means that you can turn any of your old baking recipes into treats truly unique.
Cocoa powder, while tasting bitter, actually gives baked goods a very deep, chocolate taste. This allows the cook to refine the sweetness of his dishes; adding just butter and baking soda can make a very taste brownie, but add semi-sweet chocolate mix in with the cocoa powder will give you something as powerful as triple chocolate cake. This product comes in five (5) 100g bags.
These tiny seeds have been cultivated by civilizations for thousands of years, and are used in a hundreds of recipes. Popular uses in America include poppy seed vinaigrette, poppy seed muffins, poppy seed bread, and, of course, adding poppy seeds to hamburger buns to give them more crunch. This product comes in five (5) 200g bags.
High in starch, fiber, and proteins, these white beans are a staple of the Balkan diet. Sometimes called tetovac, these beans are also high in iron, potassium, and vitamin B6. They are used for a huge variety of dishes, including traditional Gravce na Tavce, a baked bean dish of surprising flavor.