Who uses oat fiber on the regular? I have admit that I hate the texture of coconut flour, so I stick mostly with almond flour. However, found a recipe for ‘pasta’ using oat fiber. I read somewhere (which I of course cannot find any longer) that it creates a better texture than coconut flour or almond flour, and that 1 part oat fiber is = to 2 parts wheat flour. Just looking for general knowledge or how you incorporate it into your recipes in place of the other alternative flours. Thanks!!
I’ve been wanting to buy some to try, I’m curious to know if there are any glycemic response.
yeah Oat Fiber and Glucomannan powder - I’ve been looking for those ingredients too
Thanks! I will take a look!
Amazon has a 5lb bag for 25$, i figure that would be a years supply…
U.S. residents may find it at Trader Joe’s.
I’ve looked at Trader Joe’s though I’ve not found it, I’ll have to look again.
I purchased a small bag on Amazon just to try it. I am excited to use it. It just don’t know enough about it. Was hoping to find awesome ways to use it in place of the odd texture I get (especially from coconut flour).
Is it any different from oat flour? I found this site, http://www.greenfoodsusa.com/oatfiber/oatfibermix.html – and after reading realized that as I regularly eat konnyaku, not likely to need it!
And a search on Amazon.jp reveals this: https://www.amazon.co.jp/Konnyaku-Powder-Paper-Strengthener-Japanese/dp/B01A3S0J5E Hmm, it is kinda glue-like…
@richard you can get it from here. http://www.slimandhealthysecrets.com.au/products.html I got my noodles from them.
Whole Foods has pat fiber in their bulk bins. But I don’t use it.