Yam flour from dried and ground Puna Yam roots
Wild collection around an organic farm.
Please note that yams should never be eaten raw.
Similar to potatoes, yams are neither wholesome nor do they give any beneficial effects, as long as they are raw. Bear this in mind when thinking of Yams capsules.
Here you get fresh Yams flour without drizzling additives (or any other additives that are in capsules). Pure yam root powder without environmental burden that originates from an area where there is no chemical spraying anywhere around.
Yams grows in the tropics and is much larger than potatoes, where it is popular as a food and is also used in a special way for health benefits. Yams are similar in taste to sweet chestnuts and potatoes.
Please research the beneficial and wholesome effects of yam flour - cooked, fried or baked - especially in menopausal women.
The ingredient diosgenin is what is said to be the amazing stimulation of the adrenals. The effects are confirmed by scientific studies.
Preparation of Yam
You can use the yam flour like other flour, for cakes, dumplings, pancakes, puddings (where the light maroni note fits perfectly well) and other sweets and desserts.
Yam powder is also good for binding meat sauces and soups.
Yams (Dioscorea), also called yam root, is common in the tropics. The Yams species are the starchy staple food in many tropical regions. Especially in West Africa (Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Benin) and Asia (New Guinea, Indonesia, Japan, India) as well as in South and Central America (Colombia).
Only the underground tubers are edible, they have a dark brown to black skin, are similar in taste to the sweet potato, but not related to it.
The vast majority of yams are poisonous when raw, and therefore must be heated before consumption.
Yams are boiled, steamed or roasted, processed in dumplings, soups or stews.
Here you get yams ground to flour, so you can also make sweet desserts or even ice cream.
Nutrients in yams roots per 100g
Water: 69.60 g Energy: 118 kcal
Protein: 1.53 g Fat (total): 0.17 g
Carbohydrates (total): 27.88 g Fiber: 4.1 g
Total sugar: 0.50 g
Calcium, Ca: 17 mg iron, Fe: 0.54 mg
Magnesium, Mg: 21 mg phosphorus, P: 55 mg
Potassium, K: 816 mg sodium, Na: 9 mg
Zinc, Zn: 0.24 mg
Vitamin C: 17.1 mg thiamine: 0.112 mg
Riboflavin: 0.032 mg niacin: 0.552 mg
Vitamin B-6: 0.293 mg folate, DFE: 23 µg
Vitamin B-12: 0.00 µg Vitamin A, RAE: 7 µg
Vitamin A, IU: 138 IU Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol): 0.35 mg
Vitamin D (D2 + D3): 0.0 µg Vitamin D: 0 IU
Vitamin K (phylloquinone): 2.3 µg
Fatty acids, saturated (total): 0.037 g fatty acids, monounsaturated: 0.006 g
Fatty acids, polyunsaturated: 0.076 g fatty acids, trans fats: 0.000 g
All data, unless otherwise stated, per 100 g.
Source: USDA. All statements without guarantee.
Again caution: eaten raw, the flour from the yam root is poisonous.
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