This is the updated version as seen in revised copies of our Low-Carbing Among Friends cookbooks. Volumes 1, 3 and 4 have been revised and are organized by category, instead of by author. They have lots of lovely photos. Volume 5 also has photos and is organized by category. Volume 2 and 5 are the next books that are being revised. I am hoping to have a new cookbook one of these days in addition to Kindle books (my recipes only with perhaps a few from each of the team of Low-Carbing Among Friends).
Note: I used to use almond meal (using sliced almonds and a coffee bean grinder), but these days I feel enormously blessed to be able to order 25 lbs of the best almond flour ever from Honeyville Grains online).
Some of the health Benefits of Gelatin
To sit down to a bowl of oats for most of us is no longer something we can do, however, using the bake mix with the oat flour diluted by twice the amount of almond flour, the insulin response in a small portion of a recipe will be much less than sitting down to a bowl of oats, which is not recommended for most of us with insulin resistance, weight issues, or just simply being older.
I usually keep my bake mix in the container shown above. We have a hot and humid climate and we don't use air conditioning other than in the one bedroom. It normally is fine at room temperature in the airtight container for at least a month . If I need to store leftovers for longer, I freeze it and typically use that for "breading" veggies and fish, etc., as usually I don't have a lot to freeze. However, after thawing completely and shaking it in your container to mix well, it should be good to go for baking. I have also used it straight out of the freezer - somehow with the other ingredients in the bake mix, it typically doesn't form clumps, which almond flour on its own has a tendency to do when frozen (just use your food processor (use the pulse button) to process briefly to get rid of clumps).
The virtues of my bake mix - READ ABOUT IT HERE
Quote from a fan, a nurse by profession: "I am a 20g or less low carber. Live in ketosis. I use Jen's bake mix often and never have any problems, never go over on my carbs, never knocks me out of ketosis. And it has opened up a whole world of amazing dishes, from low carb breads/rolls, even to veggie dishes (ie yellow squash casserole). Look at her carb counts per serving, very low...