Oat Flour Gluten Free Organic
The difference between Oat Bran, Oat Flakes, Oatmeal and Oatflour
The difference lies in the degree of processing of oats. Oat bran is made from the outer layer of the oat kernel. Oat flakes are flattened oat grains, oatmeal are halved oat flakes and oat flour is the oat grain ground into powder.
Oatflour is Gluten free and good substitute for wheat flour.
Although equal in terms of applicability, the main advantage of oat flour over wheat flour is that it is gluten free and very healthy.
Healthy properties Oatmeal Gluten Free
Oatflour contains a lot of protein and fat, more even than other grains. It also contains antioxidants and good minerals such as iron, magnesium and zinc and lots of vitamin B1. Oat fibres can lower the cholesterol in your blood. Oats also contain some oil, which consists of 80% unsaturated fatty acids.
Premium Oat Flour Gluten Free Organic
Oat Flour Gluten Free Organic from Holyflavours isan organically certified product of premium quality. Thanks to this certificate, you know that what you buy has been created with an eye and care for people and nature.
HolyFlavours, the leading brand for all your (organic) seasonings and blends! Salts, Herbs, Spices and Superfoods without additives.
The organic flour & starch we select come from various regions of the world. All products are checked in Europe and often also packaged.
The ORGANIC quality mark stands for 100% controlled organic and reliable. These ingredients are therefore guaranteed free of all kinds of additives such as sugars, fats and comply with all European pesticide requirements. The quality of our products is regularly checked.
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Vitamins and Minerals||Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin B1, Zinc|
|Special Characteristics||Organic, Gluten free|
|Country of cultivation||Finland|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||365 kCal / 1530 kJ|
|Carbohydrates||56 g (1,3 g sugar)|
|Saturated Fats||1,2 g|
|Fibers||11 g (5 g β-glucan)|
The country of origin of a product can be found on the product specification sheet.You can find it under the tab "More Information" and then selecting "Specsheet" If the country of origin is not listed on this sheet, or if more than one country...
Flour and sieved flour are both made from ground grains.
For flour, the entire grain of the grain is ground, creating a (whole grain) flour. Flour has a coarse structure because of the pieces of cereal grains, it is therefore more suitable for baking bread or pancakes. Do you want to bake something with the most nutrients? Then go for a wholemeal flour instead of flour.
Sieved flour is the finer version of flour. To get flour, the grains are ground and then the skins, bran and germs are sieved out. Due to the fine structure of flour, Sieved flour is suitable for baking cookies or cakes.