Coconut flour can be a pricey item, especially when you use it as much as I do. Coconut flour is a great flour to use if you follow a grain free or gluten free diet. It is high in fiber, has a slight sweetness to it and taste really great. You do not substitute coconut flour one for one in recipes and there are a few adaptations to consider when cooking with coconut flour. You can read my article How to Cook with Organic Coconut Flour: Substitutions, Tips & Strategies to read more. Coconut flour really is a great flour to cook with!
You might be surprised how easy it is to make your own coconut flour. In this video, I will show you how to make your own coconut flour.
This week I am posting a 4 video series about coconuts. This is the third video in this series. You will learn the following in this whole series:
- Video 1: How to open up a coconut and get coconut water
- Video 2: How to make coconut milk and dehydrate coconut flakes
- Video 3: How to make coconut flour
- Video 4: How to make coconut butter or coconut cream
If you should have any questions about this video, please feel free to leave them in the comment section below.
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