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    Signa-Haiti 100% Gluten-Free Breadfruit Flour

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    Celiac.com 09/28/2012 - Breadfruit is a starchy fruit that grows mainly in the Pacific Islands. It is highly nutritious, with high fiber, potassium and vitamin C content, as well as a low glycemic index. Signa Haiti's Gluten-Free 100% Breadfruit Flour captures these nutritive qualities and makes a tasty wheat flour alternative.

    I am a huge fan of Indian food, so when I saw that Signa Haiti has a recipe for garlic naan on their website, I got very excited. It wasn't quite as 'puffy' as what I'm used to, but it was still quite good, with a subtle 'potatoey' taste that went very well with saag paneer.



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    There are a bunch of recipes on the Signa-Haiti recipe website that I'm going to try, including Haitian cereal, a sort of cream of wheat alternative. This flour shows promise and I think it would do very well in a blend with quinoa flour.

     

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    Why would you post this information if the product isn't available to purchase, it is useless.

    They will be putting a purchase link up soon.

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    Tell us, please, where we can buy Breadfruit Flour?

    Signa-Haiti should have a purchase link up soon, possibly tomorrow!

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    Owing to a weird set of circumstances, I have found myself the proud owner of a bag of this flour. It is amazing! Light and airy with a nice flavor. I highly recommend it!

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    Does anyone know where to buy this flour in the US? I don't see a link to purchase on the aforementioned website.

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    Interesting post, but the breadfruit flour might as well be on Mars as it cannot be obtained anywhere except Haiti. It's been a long time since the original post, but still no place to buy breadfruit flour in the U.S.

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    Breadfruit grows in any tropical weather including the Caribbean not only the Pacific!

    Judy, what does this have to do with obtaining breadfruit flour from Haiti?

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