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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

Laini Oldfield ~ Founder, The Wholefood Collective

Trying to eat nutrient-dense food free of pesticides and additives was driving Laini, Jordan and their 5 kids nuts! So the Wholefood Collective (TWC) was born. Started from their garage for their own family, TWC now makes whole foods ‘doable’ for every Aussie family, through access to highly vetted, home delivered, organic whole foods at big savings.

Her favourite part of the job though? Supporting people with simple solutions to get robust nutrition happening at their place.

Laini's biggest achievement is bringing her own family across the line, but she's also personally helped over 13,000 families to better nutrition and energy through TWC's signature 21-Day 'Wholefood My Family' Challenge, and at live workshops.

With a particular interest in using food to help achieve specific health goals (functional food), and strategies to boost nutrition in family meals without being 'detected', Laini loves discovering more about the powerful force for good that food can play in our lives, and then putting that to work.

Laini's goal is to see more Aussies thrive with clear minds, plenty of energy, stable moods, and robust immunity, through the nourishment that comes to body and mind through real food.

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