Gluten-free baking, but make it better for your bod and the planet. That's what the folks over at Renewal Mill do, at least: this gluten-free flour mix can be used 1 to 1 for regular flour when baking. Its special ingredient is organic okara flour, made from the soybean pulp produced (and until now, wasted) in the production of soymilk. This gluten free baking flour saves this plant-based, non-GMO, fiber and protein rich nutritious byproduct and turns it into something great.
Never heard of the magic that the folks at Renewal Mill work before? They use a really efficient co-location model to capture and upcycle byproduct from different food manufacturing partners. That means that not only are they upcycling food that would have otherwise gone to waste or contributed to global warming, but Renewal Mill upcycled ingredients are made within the factories they are rescued from and processed into their final form before they ever leave the factory floor for the first time.
Food waste is a climate issue. As much as 40% of all food produced globally gets wasted, and 6 billion pounds of it is nutritious. We're all in favor of creative and tasty ways to upcycle that matter!
Each order contains 3 bags of upcycled organic okara flour that can be used as a 1 to 1 substitute for traditional flour in baking.