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what is eco friendly flour
So what’s a consumer to do, when you care about both the environment and your health? Fear not, because it is possible to find a wheat flour alternative that doesn’t contribute to environmental destruction. Though they aren’t as widely publicized as many or the popular nut-based alternative flours (thankfully, this is changing), there are eco friendly flour options out there for the environmentally conscious consumer.
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The Best Keto Friendly Waffles and Pancakes
Some of our favorite non-keto foods are waffles and pancakes. Nothing says a leisurely weekend brunch like a big stack of delicious pancakes or waffles, and we would hate to give that up! That’s why when we started Grain4Grain, it was important to us to come up with a keto friendly spent grain pancake and waffle mix. Our Grain4Grain Original Pancake and Waffle Mix (it comes in chocolate flavor too!) is an awesome keto friendly substitute for your regular breakfast mix, so you don’t have to give up your favorite breakfast foods when you switch to keto.  Another reason why these are the best keto friendly waffles and pancakes is because they're high in protein, even higher than if you made it with almond flour!
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what is the keto diet
While many people turn to a keto diet as a means of weight loss, there are several other health benefits to adopting a keto lifestyle. To name a few, a keto diet has been shown to lower triglycerides, help regulate blood sugar and insulin levels, lower cholesterol, and it has even been shown to help several brain disorders. Studies are currently being conducted on the efficacy of a keto diet in treating diseases such as Alziehmer’s and dementia. 
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What is Spent Grain?
Believe it or not, Spent Grain is what’s leftover after breweries have made beer. The New York Times published an article highlighting spent grain and described the process like this: “Brewing relies on grains, typically malted barley, which are first soaked in hot water. This step releases sugars that are crucial to the later production of alcohol. Once those sugars are released into the liquid, the grain is discarded.”
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