Is Queen Bee Flour Patent-Pending?
Yes, Queen Bee Flour is patent pending because it attains all the texture variations found when baking with white flour. In other words, all your gluten-lovers won't be able to tell that chocolate birthday cake is gluten free (and you don't have to mention it either). No more baking two of everything for a family dinner, potluck, school bake sale, or holiday celebration.
Is Potato Starch Beneficial?
cAN Queen Bee Flour BE USED IN EQUAL EXCHANGE FOR WHITE FLOUR?
When using Queen Bee Flour for cakes, cookies, muffins, quick breads like banana bread or coffee cake, an equal exchange of Queen Bee Cake Cookie Muffin Flour (Blue Label) almost always works. I highly recommend starting with Queen Bee recipes first. Scones turn out great, but even better with an optional small amount of Expandex. For more complicated recipes like yeast breads or pizza crust, definitely use Queen Bee Flour recipes. Some cookie recipes require refrigeration before baking.
Why is Queen Bee Flour unique'?
What gluten free consumers miss the most is texture, then flavor, then nutrition. Queen Bee Flour and Queen Bee recipes accomplish the texture variations of white flour baked goods. Breads are 'gluten-y', cakes are moist, brownies are chewy and so on. An example of taste variations would be Queen Bee Seedsong Bread tastes like whole grain bread because of the combination of ingredients but Queen Bee Heaven Bread tastes like white sandwich bread, while Queen Bee Divine Bread tastes slightly fruity like Hawaiian bread.
Expandex, what is it?
About Xanthan Gum
Xanthan gum is used to provide elasticity in gluten free baked goods. Xanthan Gum does not contain corn. It is available in most health food stores like Whole Foods, Natural Grocers or Sprouts. It can be purchased online at Amazon, Bob's Red Mill or Thrive Market. Please go here for information on Xanthan Gum.
What are REsistant Starches?
Arrowroot powder, tapioca starch, potato starch are examples of resistance starches. They can provide desirable characteristics like expansion or crispiness. To find out the benefits of resistance starches, go here.
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