5 oz bag
Cassava Flour, Avocado Oil, Coconut Flour, Chia Seeds, Sea Salt, Citric Acid, Lime Oil.
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Made with 100% avocado oil. Vegan. Dairy free. Certified gluten-free. Soy free. Paleo. Grain free. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. Bold flavor. What is cassava? Cassava is a root vegetable and staple crop in many parts of the world, including Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Enjoy with family, friends, and neighbors because together is better! The Siete Story: In 2009, all seven (siete) members of the Garza family began exercising together and adopted a gran free diet to support Veronica, their sister and daughter, who was diagnosed with multiple autoimmune conditions. Going grain free meant that this third-generation Mexican-American family from South Texas could no longer eat many of their favorite foods, so Veronica began to create grain free dishes her whole family could enjoy. When their Grandma Campos said that Veronica's first creation, a grain free almond flour tortilla, tasted better than her own homemade flour tortillas, the family realized they had something special. In 2014, with their grandma's stamp of approval, Siete was born. Abuela approved. (at)sietefoods.
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