Kaniwa Flour

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$14.99
Order now, get it by Wednesday, Jun 19
USDA Organic Gluten free Vegan Non-GMO
  • NUTRITIOUS & FLAVORFUL: Great source of complete protein with no gluten and a nutty, slightly sweet, nutty flavor that can complement many dishes, especially in vegan and celiac diets.
  • 1 LB (16oz/454g) of PREMIUM Kaniwa Flour: Vegan, Organic, Gluten-Free & Non-GMO.
  • GROWN IN ITS PLACE OF ORIGIN, the Andean regions of Peru, and sourced directly from farmers.
  • VERSATILE & EASY TO USE: It's a flavorful and nutritious addition to smoothies, baked & non-baked goods, yogurt & cereal, savory dishes, and more!

TRULY PREMIUM KANIWA

Organic & Pure Superfood

We source the highest quality kaniwa from its place of origin, the Peruvian Andes. Located at altitudes above 13,000 ft. (4,000 m), these organic farms are known for their harsh mountain climate, creating ideal conditions for kaniwa to thrive.

Nutritious & Gluten-Free

Kaniwa's small, brown-reddish seeds undergo only minimal processing, consisting of organic dehydration followed by fine grinding, which enables them to retain their nutritional richness and results in a versatile flour.

A great addition to your active lifestyle!

HOW TO USE IT

HerbaZest Kaniwa Flour is a nutritious source of plant-based protein. Its slightly sweet, nutty flavor, along with important nutrients, can enrich many dishes on a daily diet, such as:

  • Smoothies
  • Baked & non-baked goods
  • Yogurt & cereal
  • Savory dishes
 

Customer Reviews

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Amazon Customer
Great value and flavor

The flavor was great and it was a great amount for the cost!

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Todd & Andy
Grainy result

Grainy results

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Belis Corporina
Toda la información.

Me gusta la protena KANIWA ARINA, me da energa, me siento bien cuando la tom. Le ped informacin a una amiga PERUANA, me dijo que la poda comprar con toda confianza, pero ella crea, qu no la iva a conseguir, E.U.A. AMAZON, la tiene.

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Project Lara
Great quality flour

Love trying new flours as replacements for wheat

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