Is sharbati atta gluten free?
Sharbati atta is indeed a variety of wheat known for its relatively low gluten content compared to some other wheat varieties. This lower gluten content makes sharbati atta a preferred choice for making softer, more pliable chapatis (Indian flatbreads) that are widely enjoyed in Indian cuisine. It's known for its fine texture and excellent dough properties, which contribute to the overall quality of chapatis.
It's important to note that while sharbati atta has lower gluten content compared to some other wheat varieties, it still contains gluten, so it may not be suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease.
Is sharbati wheat flour good for type 2 diabetes?
Yes, Sharbati Wheat Flour is healthier than the normal wheat flours commonly sold in the market and is better than them for consumption by diabetics. However, consuming sharbati wheat flour alone does not help in diabetes particularly. We need to ...
Are Satopradhan peanuts aflatoxin free?
Yes, Satopradhan peanuts are indeed free from aflatoxin. Aflatoxin is a harmful toxin produced by certain molds that can contaminate crops, including peanuts. However, Satopradhan peanuts are free from aflatoxin, ensuring their safety for ...
Are the Satopradhan rolled oats glyphosate free?
As Glyphosate is herbicide used in conventional farming. But our Rolled Oats are imported from Australia and are organic. So this is 100% Glyphosate-Free. Additionally, we are already working on our certifications. But currently we can't provide ...
Are all Satopradhan nuts free of sulfite? Can someone with Asthma consume them?
All our dried fruits are Sulphite-free and 100% organic, ensuring they meet the highest quality standards. They are free from any sweeteners, salt, additives, or preservatives, delivering a pure and natural taste. However, it's important to note that ...
Can we consume Samak rice during fast?
During fasting or vrat (vrat ka khana), specific food restrictions exist, and certain types of grains or rice are commonly consumed. Two types of rice are often consumed during fasting: Samak rice (barnyard millet) and Sama rice (little millet). ...