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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4/5April 08, 2013
Reviewer: Faye in California
* I love the low carb qualities and high protein of this flour. I've been experimenting with Choc. chip cookies. I found that 1 cup of lupin flour, 1/2 cup Oat fiber 500, and 1/2 cup wheat protein isolate (for a total of 2 cups) makes a good flour substitute. Beware that if you taste the batter before it's cooked the lupin flour gives it somewhat of a 'green' taste. It seems to mellow after baking. I've been making with tagatose (sugar sub). so have to bake at 300F instead of 350. My picky 5 year old loves the cookies! ...to me I like them best fully cooled...also tried adding 2 Tablespoons of cocoa powder to the batter. I like them the most.
* This flour is used by Butoni.wordpress.com for her very low carb bread, which by the way is unusually delicious and moist for a low carb bread. I've made it many times along with her Lupino cookies and its just wonderful.This is the perfect solution to anyone who is diabetic.
* I have been using this flour for several months now and love it! Most of the time I make low carb biscuits and crackers and tortilla chips, using only lupin flour for the flour. I also make hot dog and hamburger buns with lupin flour as a main ingredient. The crackers and chips are very crisp and light, and the biscuits and buns are light and fine-textured. I have tried many low carb, gluten free flours in my 14 years of low carbing, and this has been one of the best ingredients I have found so far.
* This is a GREAT flour if you are trying to watch your glycemic load or carb intake. I will say that it has a taste of beans, kind of like a raw bean flavor. Hard to describe. But the flavor lends itself well to the sweet recipes in which I've used it.
Highly recommend stocking up, since this is VERY hard to find elsewhere. Of course, now I feel like kicking myself bcz if you all buy it up...then it'll be out of stock for me!! But I do like to share my goodies and finds so please try it. And enjoy!!