This almond flour banana bread is moist and delicious. It’s not only wheat-free, gluten-free, grain-free, but dairy-free as well. I can’t even tell that this banana bread is not made with wheat flour, at least by taste. My taste testers couldn’t either, and they loved it. My body can tell that it’s wheat-free because I don’t get the usual symptoms that come from eating wheat.
How to Make Almond Flour
It’s not hard to make your own almond flour, and if you make almond milk you’re already half way there because you can use the leftover pulp.
You can either buy almond flour, or do as I prefer and make it yourself from the pulp left over from making almond milk, or grind your own from whole almonds in a food processor or coffee grinder.
Wheat Fast Low Carb Cookbook
This book was a free kindle book for a couple of days when I first posted this article (the freebie special is over now). I literally just got it so I haven’t had a chance to try any of the recipes yet. At a glance flicking through it many look interesting enough to try. It has very gotten good reviews.
The first part of the book has what almost looks like a summary of the information in the very well researched and eye-opening book Wheat Belly by William Davis MD that I have been reading. I’ll be posting a review of it when I finish and more articles that talk about how wheat affects our body. But let me just say here, for anyone who is interested in eating healthier, I think the book Wheat Belly should be mandatory reading.
Now, getting back to the book Wheat Fast Low Carb Cookbook let me tell you a little more about the recipes at a glance…
Savory Wild Rice Pilaf
This savory wild rice pilaf recipe is so delicious I usually eat half of it while I’m making a stir-fry to go on top of it. No kidding! If you want to make rice to go with any dish, but want something a little more special than just plain brown rice, try this! If you…
Young Coconut with Lime and Chili
This simple, nutritious dish is commonly found in markets and roadside stands in Mexico and is often called Cocos Preparados. It would be easy to make at home as well, as long as you have access to young coconuts and a way to cut them open. It’s filling and tasty, combining the four flavors, sweet…
How To Make Kombucha
Kombucha is a tart and refreshing fermented beverage with a taste reminiscent of apple cider. It is loaded with beneficial yeast and bacteria that will help re-establish your healthy gut bacteria. In fact the weird, gel-like kombucha culture that resembles a jellyfish, is called a SCOBY. That’s an acronym for Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and…
How To Make Sesame Tahini – Take 2
I think this is a better way to make raw sesame tahini than my previous raw tahini recipe. It is very close, in both taste, texture and consistency, to ‘normal’ tahini, and it will keep for much longer too. It takes a longer to make, but only requires a bit more effort since most of…