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Confused about whole food flours?

Almond meal, spelt flour, buckwheat flour, sorghum flour, tapioca starch, green banana flour, besan flour, rice flour, wheat flour, khorosan, coconut flour, amaranth… shall I go on?!

Let’s de-mystify flours and have you confident in knowing what to use, how to use it, and…. why to bother 😉

Because diversity of prebiotic fibres in our gut matters. Expanding the types of foods you eat creates a beautiful diversity in your gut that leads to increased wellness both physically and mentally.

And I’m all for that.

Join Australia’s leading Kitchen Coach, Ashley Jubinville and myself, and check out the Pantry Party video above for the low-down.

Once in a while, Ashley & I get together in our PJ’s and talk… food. We have fun, we talk food and these get togethers have affectionately been dubbed, ‘Pantry Parties’.

Join us and get your flour on.

(NB: The live video replay is house inside our awesome free Facebook Community Group – The Wholefood Collective Community. If you’re not inside that group yet, you’ll need to request to join first).

Laini x

About The Author

Laini Oldfield

Founder of the Wholefood Collective (TWC), Laini loves to feed her family well. Most of the time she pulls it off. Sometimes she doesn't.

Laini & her husband Jordan started TWC because 'doing' wholefoods was driving them nuts. It was confusing, time consuming, and expensive. They needed to find a way to marry up their values, time and budget. And so TWC was born.

TWC makes wholefoods doable for Aussie families, through access to big savings on highly vetted, premium wholefoods - delivered to your door, AND support & guidance on how to even DO wholefoods with a busy life.

You can find Laini at the beach, changing nappies (the end is near!), cooking up a storm, and always at her laptop in the wee hours of the morning.

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