Wine flour

January 1, 2020

Wine flour


Nia Rennix

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Wine Flour is the Pantry Staple You Never Knew You Needed

Get to know this hot super food, stat!

Having zero waste is an important movement majority of the world is focusing on presently. Probably due to the fact that the effects of climate change is felt now more than ever, people have become more and more conscious with maximizing our natural resources, making sure that less, if not nothing, will go to waste.

This is one of the main reasons why Finger Lakes of New York has come up with an ingenious, genius healthy product that health buffs have been raving about – wine flour! As the only wine flour producer in the East Coast, the company was able to create a growing, developing business. Now who wouldn’t want to support a worthy, environmental cause?

Now you may be thinking, “Why do I need to leave a space for it on my pantry?” Well then, keep reading to find out some helpful details about this super food!

Winning Facts about Wine Flour

  1. Wine flour is a great solution to grape remains.  

As an answer to the winery industry’s growing problem of grape pomace (solid remains of grapes) remains, wine flour was born. Once the pomace has been sorted, it is left to be sundried then milled at a traditional flourmill, and voila! The nutritious flour supplement is made. No trash, no problem!

2. Wine flour is a great nutritional supplement for baked goods.

Like coffee flour, wine flour is great as supplementary flour for baking cakes, breads and pastries. Because of the nutritional properties of wine flour, each tablespoon promises 3 grams of fiber and 2 grams of protein. Wine flour is also packed with antioxidants and polyphenols, which is always a great way to fend off common and complex diseases. Plus, additional vitamins such as magnesium, potassium and calcium are also found in Finger Lakes wine flour.

3. Wine flour has different wine flavors to choose from.

If you think choosing wines is fun, picking out from different wine flour variants is just as much enjoyable. The flavors include Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Red Blend and Merlot. While most of these variants are great additions to pies, cakes and breads, some flavors are quite awesome to mix in with savory dishes. Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc wine flours are great to add to steak rubs and meatballs, while Riesling is fantastic to add to your Macaroni and Cheese. Want more recipe ideas? Just Google some wine flour recipes and cook away!  

4. Adding wine flour to your recipes can make your food #instaworthy.

Not only is wine flour an awesome nutritional supplement to your cooking, its purple/deep red hue definitely adds a different flair to your dishes. In this age where pictures are worth a thousand words, you’ll instantly get more likes and loves with uniquely colored dishes.

Wine flour is slowly getting its much-needed attention with chefs and healthy diners taking notice of the newest super food. While it cannot substitute flour, it’s always good to add in an extra flavor that will bring in more nutrients. Get your hands on some wine flour and add a dash of liquor to your next cooking venture!

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