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UPDATE, 8/7/17 – 20 Dishes is no longer carrying these flours, so you can find my favorite replacement brands of flours here:
- Anthony’s Premium Cassava Flour
- Otto’s Premium Cassava Flour
- Anthony’s Premium Almond Flour
- Hughson Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour
- Hearthy Foods Apple Flour
- JEB Gluten-Free/Paleo Plantain Flour
- Zócalo Peru Sweet Potato Flour
- Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Oat Flour (from certified gluten-free oats)
Original Announcement – March 2017
Ummmm, to say I’m excited about today’s post is an understatement. I have literally been jumping out of my skin for the last two weeks with excitement and now I can tell you why!
I have my own line of gluten-free and grain-free flours!!!
I’ve always wanted my own line of flours, ever since I had to make the transition to a gluten and mostly grain free lifestyle back in 2012. There are so many awesome flours on the market, but I just always wanted to bring my very own to the table.
And today, I am excited to say I have accomplished this — with the help of my amazing 20 Dishes partners and co-founders, Kelly and Orleatha!
Last week, we launched our latest flour — cassava — and I am super excited about this one. Even more than any of the other flours.
Cassava flour is the only gluten and grain-free flour that can be used as a 1:1 substitute for wheat flour in many applications.
The first time I used cassava flour a couple years ago, I could not believe how much it acted like wheat flour while being gluten and grain-free to boot! I made tortillas that tasted and felt just like wheat tortillas. YUM!
Cassava flour has quickly become a favorite flour in the paleo and autoimmune (AIP) communities because of its versatility and how much it acts like wheat.
It’s important to note that cassava flour is nothing like tapioca flour/starch. Tapioca flour/starch is just the extracted starch of the cassava root, while cassava flour is the whole root that has been dried and ground. Tapioca flour/starch cannot be used in the same way that cassava flour can.
The versatility of 20 Dishes Premium Cassava Flour is nothing short of amazing. Most brands produce their cassava flour overseas, which we find takes away from its freshness. We take raw cassava and manufacture it fresh, right here in the U.S., so that you are getting the freshest, highest quality product possible. It’s always vegan, non-GMO, gluten and grain free, and paleo-friendly.
If you would like to learn more about our premium cassava flour, you can click here to visit our site. In addition to the cassava flour, we also have the following premium flours:
- Almond Flour
- Apple Flour
- Plantain Flour
- Sweet Potato Flour
- Oat Flour (from certified gluten-free oats)
I hope that you’ll check out our new flours and that you find them as wonderfully delicious as we have. If nothing else, let this post serve as a reminder to go chase your dreams! No matter what it is, you CAN make your dreams come true! 🙂