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Sunflour – Sunflower Seed Flour

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I have been asked quite a bit about providing an alternative to nut flour… So here we go… Sunflour from sunflower seeds!  When soaking the sunflower seeds, use a glass bowl so that any bad stuff in plastic doesn’t leach into the water. Deactivate the Enzyme Inhibitors We will be adding Himalayan Sea Salt to the soak water because the salt helps to deactivate the enzyme inhibitors. Phytic acid is one of these inhibitors that we are deactivating because it makes the seed harder to digest. It also inhibits the absorption of calcium, zinc, copper, iron, and magnesium.  Long-term consumption…

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