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NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour 1 LB

NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

  • Organic Green Banana Flour

 NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour Nutrition Facts

$13.99

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

  • Organic Green Banana Flour

 NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour Nutrition Facts

Description
What is Resistant Starch? 
How do I use Banana Flour? 
 How is NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour made?

NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour is a delicious, high-quality green banana flour.

  • Healthy Gluten Free Flour
  • 3g Fiber Per Serving
  • Great Nutritional Profile, Including 330mg Potassium Per Serving
  • Organic
  • Non-GMO
  • High In Prebiotic R2 Resistant Starch Which Helps Grow Probiotics 
  • Great For Baking; 2/3 Cup Is Like Using 1 Cup Of Other Flours
  • Add To Smoothies Or Juice

NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour contains resistant starch (RS2), which is not digested by the small intestine and feeds healthy gut bacteria (also called probiotics). It is a prebiotic fiber used to grow the healthy probiotics in your gut. To get the most benefit from resistant starch, green banana flour should be consumed raw (smoothies, juice, etc.)

Because of its starch content, on average you can use 30% less green banana flour than other flours. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 cup flour, you would generally use 2/3 cup NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour. NuNana Organic Green Banana Flour can be used as a gluten free substitute to traditional wheat flours containing gluten – however, sometimes binding gums might be necessary to obtain the correct consistency in some recipes.

    The process of producing banana flour is the following:

    1. The process starts with organic green bananas
    2. The fruit is selected and washed
    3. After washing, the skin is separated from the pulp
    4. The pulp is sliced to facilitate the dehydration process
    5. The pulp is dehydrated at 140 to 160ºC in a rotating dryer oven of continuous cycle
    6. The dehydrated pulp is temporarily stored for approximately 12 hours
    7. The dehydrated and cold pulp is ground until converted in banana powder