Unlike other gluten-free flours such as almond or coconut flour, cassava flour is very mild and neutral in flavor. It’s also not grainy or gritty in texture – rather, it’s soft and powdery. These qualities, along with the fact that it can be replaced on a 1:1 basis with wheat flour in many recipes, make cassava flour a preferred flour for gluten-free, grain-free baking and cooking. It’s also a great nut-free flour. Cassava Flour has a minimum of 1.5 years shelf life if stored in a clean and dry place at room temperature.
Brown Flaxseed, also known as linseed, comes from the flax plant. The seeds, which are a little larger than sesame seeds, contain omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fiber, and protein. Used since ancient times, flax is renowned for myriad health benefits. Add flaxseeds to breads, cookies, cereals, and pilafs, or grind them into flaxseed meal at home using a small electric grinder.