Sunflower seed flour is made from hulled sunflower seeds during the production of its cold-pressed oil. As a result, it has lower fat content than sunflower seeds but contains the same valuable minerals. Because its carbohydrate content is extremely low and the actual sugars are only negligible, it is great to use it in your diet. It has an exceptionally high protein and dietary fiber content and contains significant amounts of magnesium, zinc, selenium, manganese, copper, and iron. Thus, by consuming sunflower seed, we can provide our body with a significant amount of valuable nutrients.
Thanks to its soft taste, it can be used in many ways in the kitchen, whether for making sweet or savory food. With sunflower flour, we can thicken cream soups, dips, sauces, and vegetables. We can bake and cook with it in the same way as with wheat flour, we can even mix the two. A perfect ingredient for bread and pizzas, crackers, scones, cakes. (When frying with it, we advise adding a little ascorbic acid or grape seed flour to it so that the otherwise completely harmless green color of the dough due to heat can be prevented). You can also mix it into yogurt, cereal, smoothie, or shake, and it will be an excellent "protein cocktail."
It can be also consumed by those following a gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, or Paleolithic diet.