TAPIOCA : FOR ADDED CRISPNESS TO YOUR BAKING.
Tapioca flour is odorless and tasteless, so you can add it to any recipe without changing its flavor. It also helps in binding the ingredients.
Use Tapioca flour to bake dishes that are crisp on the outside and yet fluffy, light and spongy in texture.
If you’re stew is watery or your pizza crust is not crispy enough, using Tapioca flour is the answer.
PLANTAIN : ADD A DENSER TEXTURE TO YOUR DOUGH.
Plantain flour, gives your baking a slightly heavier texture. So helpful when baking certain dishes.
This allows you to substitute it for wheat flour in many recipes. Sometimes denser is better and
Plantain flour can help you get that result.
Try it especially when making pancakes or baking banana bread, cookies and brownies.
CASSAVA : THE ULTIMATE WHEAT FLOUR ALTERNATIVE.
You can use cassava flour pretty much as you would any other flour including wheat flour.
Cassava flour can be used for baking cakes, cookies, crackers, pancakes and bread.
Cassava flour is fine and powdery. It doesn't have a strong taste, but is slightly earthy and nutty. Mixed with other ingredients, it becomes very neutral.
BANANA : THICKEN SOUPS, STEWS & SMOOTHIES.
Besides baking, you can use banana flour as a thickening agent in soups, stews, and smoothies.
Start with low quantities (1 tablespoon) and gradually add till you achieve the desired
While baking or cooking with banana flour remember, it absorbs more liquid than other
flours. So add according to recipe or your need.
ROBUSTA COFFEE: LOADED WITH ANTIOXIDANTS.
Robusta coffee is know for its health benefits. It is lower in lipid content and is lower in sugar levels as well. Most importantly, it is rich in anti-oxidants.
Organically grown in Togo, Africa, this ground coffee comes in three separate roasts – Dark, Medium and Light.
A perfect companion when you wake up and right through your day.