Taking the smell and flavor out of coconut flour

Taking the smell and flavor out of coconut flour

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  • Posted: October 31, 2018 18:20

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  • Posted: October 31, 2018 18:20

    jenpriester

    1- Put coconut flour into blender and blend with warm water. 2- Pour into cheesecloth and get all the water out. Rinse under water and get the water out as much as possible. 3- Repeat 1 & 2, so you will have blended and rinsed and strained the water out twice. 4-Put in food dehydrator for a couple hours at 170. You can also use an oven just be sure to turn it so it won’t burn. 5- It will now be dry. Put it into a food processor to blend into flour. I ended up using my coffee grinder to blend it into fine powder. It will not have the smell or taste of coconut flour and I love how it’s cheaper than almond flour. I used it for a couple recipes now, and love it! I use it as the same ratio as almond flour, so if the recipe calls for 1 cup almond flour I use 1 cup of this. This is where I got the idea. They claim it takes out the carbs from the coconut flour, I can’t confirm this and I don’t know how to figure out if it’s true. It would be cool if it were! [Video](https://youtu.be/TKbWtCPEcik)