- JEB FOODS cassava flour is made from 100% cassava root
- JEB FOODS cassava flour is gluten, grain and nut free
- · JEB FOODS cassava flour is high in carbohydrates and fiber
- · JEB FOODS cassava flour is the most similar to wheat flour (of gluten free flours)
- · JEB FOODS cassava flour in addition to the qualities above can be a replacement for wheat flour in many recipes
This amazing gluten-free, grain free and nut-free replacement for wheat flour is made from cassava that has been Oven-dried. So even though it's used for PALEO/AIP/VEGAN diets, it can be used as a substitute in countless recipes like cakes, cookies, brownies, pancakes, crepes, the possibilities are endless.
JEB FOODS Cassava flour also shines in savory applications like tempura, sauces, gravy, and as a searing flour plus, JEB FOODS cassava flour is totally autoimmune protocol friendly.
Thanks to its unique chemistry, it's perfect for many egg free PALEO/AIP/VEGAN recipes. When we say JEB FOODS cassava flour will become a staple in your paleo pantry, we aren't messing around JEB FOODS cassava flour uses a professional process that ensures the purity, texture, and safety of the product.
Note: Please Read Our FAQ Below
Does JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour contain Fiber?
Yes, JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour has fiber contains 2 grams of fiber per 100-gram serving
Is JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour Gluten Free?
Yes, Cassava root is naturally gluten free and JEB FOODS Oven-Dried cassava flour is a great substitute for rye, oats, barley and wheat flour
Does JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour contain Carbohydrate?
Yes, JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava contains 38 grams of carbohydrates per 100-gram serving. This makes it a good source of energy which can be beneficial to people who have very active lifestyles or engage in strenuous physical activities. High energy activities use up glycogen, a form of glucose stored in the muscles. Adding cassava to your diet supplies carbohydrates which can be used in the body as described.
What Minerals does JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour has?
JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour is rich in minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, manganese, iron and potassium. A 100-gram serving of JEB FOODS cassava flour contains 16 milligrams of calcium, 21 milligrams of magnesium, 271 milligrams of potassium, 27 milligrams of phosphorus and 0.4 milligrams of manganese. It also has 14 milligrams of sodium, 0.3 milligrams of zinc and 0.3 milligrams of iron.
Does JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava Flour Smell?
No, JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour does not smell
Is JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava Flour "Gritty"?
No, With JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour we were able to achieve a high percentage of granulation. Through our proprietary processing.
Is JEB FOODS Cassava Flour Organic?
No, JEB FOODS Cassava flour is grown naturally without the use of chemicals.
Do JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava Flour recipes use the same amount of liquid as other recipes?
No, the moisture content in our oven-dried cassava flour is lower than sun-dried varieties. Therefore, the amount of water needed is more.
Is JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour from genetically modified (GMO) plant?
No, JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava flour is from naturally grown Cassava tuber from the rich soil of west Africa.
Is there a difference between Cassava Flour and tapioca starch?
Yes, Cassava flour is the whole root, simply peeled, dried and ground to flour with all the nutrients and minerals in it. While Tapioca is just pure starch extracted from the cassava root through the process of washing and pulping. The wet pulp is then squeezed to extract a starchy liquid. Once the starchy liquid has been dehydrated the tapioca flour remains.
What Is the Difference Between Oven-Dried and Sun-Dried Cassava Flour?
Sun-Dried Cassava Flour is the whole root, simply peeled then goes through weeks of soaking, fermentation, sun-dried and then grinded into flour. Oven-Dried Cassava flour is the whole root, simply peeled, Oven-dried and ground to flour with all the nutrients and minerals in it without the grittiness and faint natural cassava smell of sun-dried cassava flour
Our goal is to take you back to your roots by producing Rich Naturally grown food products from Africa that are truly natural,
While at the same time helping to positively impact the lives of our local suppliers in Africa. We use local farmers, villagers and labor.
Jeb Foods Oven-Dried Cassava Flour Recipe
JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava Flour BREAD
1 cup almond flour
1 cup JEBFOODS cassava flour
1 tsp baking soda
3/4 tsp salt
1/4 cup olive oil
1 tsp apple cider vinegar
4 heaping Tbs honey
6 eggs, beaten
1. Sift the flours, then
2. Whisk together both flours, the baking soda and salt into a mixing bowl.
3. In a separete mixing bowl, beat together the olive oil, apple cider vinegar, honey and beaten eggs.
4. Using a mixer, blend dry ingredients with wet ingredients until creamy.
5. The mixture will be runny.
Put in a well oiled loaf pan at 350 degrees 25-30 minutes until browned on top.
Let cool 5-10 minutes in pan.
This bread can be used for sandwiches. It freezes well also.
JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava Flour PANCAKES
2 1/2 cups buttermilk
1 tsp. baking powder
2 cups JEBFOODS cassava flour
2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 Tbs coconut oil, melted
or olive oil
1. Whisk together flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt.
2. In a separate bowl whisk together eggs and buttermilk.
3. Combine wet and dry ingredients, stirring well.
4. Heat a lightly oiled frying pan or griddle over medium low heat
5. Scoop or pour the mix onto the heated pan
6. Brown on each side and serve hot
JEB FOODS Oven-Dried Cassava Flour CHOCOLATE CHIP MUFFINS
1 cup JEBFOODS cassava flour
1/4 cup almond flour (or more cassava flour)
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
2 Tbs coconut sugar
1 Tbs cocoa
1 cup chocolate chips
2 eggs, room temperature
1/2 cup butter (one cube, softened )
4 Tbs coconut sugar
1/2 cup milk (almond or coconut fine also)
1/2 tsp vanilla
1. Combine flours, salt, baking powder, coconut sugar, cocoa, chocolate chips.
beat butter and sugar and cream together, mixing well.
2. Add eggs, one at a time, beating after
3. Add flour mixture, alternating with milk and mix well.
4. Add vanilla.
5. Pour into muffins tins lined with muffin papers.
6. Bake at 350 degrees 12-14 minutes.
These muffins tend to stick a bit to the paper so if you run a knife down the edge of the paper they release nicely!