Bragg’s has long been the standard for apple cider vinegar with the “mother” in it (which is naturally occurring strand-like enzymes of connected protein molecules you can see floating in the jar). Many baking recipes call for apple cider vinegar. You can learn so much about the health benefits of this vinegar and many more of their products at bragg.com
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Blanched almond flour is used in many paleo baked goods recipes. Blanched means that the almonds have been soaked and milled without the skins which may make it easier to digest. I like Honeyville because I usually buy it in bulk to be more cost effective. Be sure to store large quantities in the freezer as the oils in the flour could go rancid if stored over a long period of time.
I truly love this coconut cream. I can eat it plain all by itself. You can make whipped cream simply by stirring it in a bowl with a little sweetener of choice and vanilla &/or cinnamon and refrigerating until it is solid. Delicious! I use it in any recipe that calls for coconut milk. I added the link here, but it is only $1.49 if you go to Trader Joe’s. That’s much more cost effective.
I usually make my own pancake mix, but this one is very tasty. It is a little pricey but the texture and flavor is wonderful. Very user friendly – just add water. I love the ingredients. It contains cassava flour (which I am experimenting a lot with) and monk fruit as the sweetener (which is 0 carb). They also have very fun marketing.
This brand is my favorite store bought dessert treat. This link is for an eight pack which is pretty costly. I usually buy them individually at Natural Grocer or Whole Foods. They come in a variety of yummy flavors and they freeze well. I can cut them in little pie shaped pieces and make them last longer if I can keep them hidden from everyone else.
Yucca (sometimes spelled yuca) is a root vegetable, similar in texture to its cousin the potato, this popular Hispanic staple with its delicate flavor is often served as a side dish. Located in grocer’s freezer section of Hispanic markets. (I found it at Payless Foods near 135th and Mur-Len in Olathe). I use this in many recipes.