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Debuting at Natural Product Expo West (9-12 March), Renewal Mill’s Salted Peanut Butter Cookies are made with upcycled Miyoko’s Creamery European Style Cultured Vegan Butter as well as Renewal Mill’s front runner okara flour, a gluten-free flour made from pulp leftover from soymilk production.True to its goal to minimize food waste and produce a round food economy, Renewal collaborated with Miyoko to reuse that part of vegan butter left in its spinning equipment at the end of production.Known for its cultured flavour, the plant-based butter is crafted to melt, brown, spread as well as cook precisely like traditional dairy butter. Miyoko’s butter is additionally lactose-free, hand oil-free, gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher as well as licensed USDA Organic.Okara flour is a high-fibre, gluten-free flour that has actually been crafted by upcycling the soybean pulp created throughout soymilk production. The natural flour is a functional superfood that offers exceptional nourishment, a neutral preference and can be utilized on its own or in combination with various other flours.The cookies were handcrafted by James Beard Award-winning cook and Renewal Mill’s product designer, Alice

Medrich, with a remit to provide on all fronts, including taste, structure, as well as, of course, ecological impact.Ambassadors of plant-based The association is born out of a common vision of sustainability.Renewal Mill was just one of the first US bakeshop companies to convert results right into usable components. The women-owned and also ran Oakland business battles environment adjustment and worldwide food loss by upcycling

byproducts from food production, transforming them into superfood components as well as costs, plant-based pantry staples. It started with the by-products of plant-based milk to create it front runner okara flour array and also ready-to-eat(RTE)soft baked cookies and craftsmen’simply add oil and also water ‘baking mixes.