Organic Sprouted Garbanzo Bean Flour671635702845This sweet, rich flour is commonly found in Middle Eastern and Indian dishes like hummus and pakoras. Use it on its own, or blend equal parts garbanzo bean flour, quinoa flour, whole rice flour and cornstarch to create your own gluten-free flour mix.
It’s official: Thrive Market is taking over your pantry in the best possible way. We now offer a variety of wholesome baking ingredients and nutritious grains. It’s the perfect collection for all dietary needs and healthy cravings. Make room in your cupboards and let’s get cooking!
ARE THERE HEALTH BENEFITS?
The new Thrive Market flours and grains are all organic, non-GMO, kosher, vegan, and contain no added sugars, sweeteners, dyes, or color additives.
WHAT IS SPROUTING?
A regular grain is essentially a seed that you could put into the ground and it will become a plant. Sprouting allows these grain seeds to germinate, but then harvests them well before they bloom. In order for a shoot to grow, it digests starch from the seed, using it as energy to break through the outer shell. Therefore sprouted grains are lower in starch, and higher in nutrients like proteins, vitamins, and minerals.
WHAT MAKES THRIVE MARKET PRODUCTS UNIQUE?
The concept of sprouting is not a new one, but what is new is access and affordability. A lot of sprouted products are hard to find or too expensive to use regularly, until now. It’s the Thrive Market way: We offer high quality at a low, low price.
HOW DO I USE THEM?
This collection of baking essentials, sides, and snacks are incredibly versatile. Many of the flours are great for baking breads and sweets, coating fish and or poultry, or thickening soups and gravies. For example, garbanzo bean flour is a good base for savory items, like gluten-free pizza crust or pasta, spelt flour makes perfect pancakes or waffles. And of course, brown rice and quinoa are mealtime favorites— either as a side, or mixed with meat or veggies for the main. Read the back of each package to find new uses and recipes on how to make them.16 oz pouch
Used for falafel - by LaurenWorked great
Good - by nicholeWorks great
Great for pakora - by JulianneUsed for making pakora and falafel - very yummy
love this - by Miranda JungeI use this with bobs 1 to 1 flour to make pizza crust! yummy!
Nice alternative - by Eileen WillNice alternative flour for experimenting. I've used as a binder, I've used to thicken gravy, and my favorite was making crackers, very easy and tasty