The mission of Jeb Foods is three-fold: we want to provide incredible, affordable, and naturally grown foods to those who are in search of better flavor — but we want to do it while helping those who need it most.
Save All Africa Kids, or SAAK is our non-profit organization that helps orphaned children in Africa. We address the needs of the kids when they can’t be met by their environment as-is. Those children with special needs require clothing, medical supplies, and food — all of which we are happy to provide.
Helping to empower local women by offering them skills training and employment which in turn allows them to support their family’s needs.
[toggles title=”Cassava Flour”]Grain free baking is tough but if you want to take your PALEO/AIP/VEGAN baking experiments to a level of taste, flavor, and texture that will make wheat flour totally jealous, JEB FOODS cassava flour is a must-have. As a tuberous root vegetable, cassava is among many other vegan, AIP, and paleo friendly.
This amazing gluten-free, grain-free and nut-free replacement for wheat flour is made from cassava that has been Oven-dried. So even though it’s used for PALEO/AIP/VEGAN diets, it can be used as a substitute in countless recipes like cakes, cookies, brownies, pancakes, crepes, the possibilities are endless.
JEB FOODS Cassava flour also shines in savory applications like tempura, sauces, gravy, and as a searing flour plus, JEB FOODS cassava flour is totally autoimmune protocol friendly.
Thanks to its unique chemistry, it’s perfect for many egg-free PALEO/AIP/VEGAN recipes. When we say JEB FOODS cassava flour will become a staple in your paleo pantry, we aren’t messing around JEB FOODS cassava flour uses a professional process that ensures the purity, texture, and safety of the product.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Plantain Flour”]JEB FOODS Plantain flour is the product of dry pulverized plantain slices. Plantains are a staple food in West Africa. It is rich in iron, Ascorbic acid(Vitamin C), carotene and other vitamins.
Jeb Foods Plantain flour is a healthier substitute for wheat flour and the all-purpose flour because it doesn’t contain gluten which is the main protein found in wheat and barley, has negative effects on the body. Many people are unable to digest the gluten in wheat.
Jeb Foods Plantain flour is popular in two Puerto Rican recipes, “pasteles” and “alcapurias”. Both are pastries stuffed with meat, one is fried, the other is boiled.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Yam Flour (Dioscorea rotundata)”]Yam Flour is a good choice for gluten-free recipes. Use of this flour is known to create lighter, fluffier products as well. High in carbohydrates, the food also contains some fat and protein. A cholesterol-free ingredient, the flour also contains a small amount of sodium and sugar.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”White garri (Cassava grits)”]Gari is a fine to coarse granular flour of varying texture made from cassava tubers (also called cassava roots) which are cleaned after harvesting, grated, water and starch squeezed out of it, left to ferment and then fried either in palm oil or without palm oil and eaten in a variety of ways.
One such way is to drink it, simply add water to the grains stir and there you have it. People often add sugar, groundnut or milk to it – making it a balanced meal/snack. The other way is to cook it in hot water and made into a dough which is eaten with a wide variety of sauces.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Ijebu garri (Cassava grits)”]Cassava has one of the highest amount of fiber compared to other sources of food you can find. This means that eating Gari (made from cassava) can help your digestion, burn fat and give you more energy. High fiber foods are also known to make you get full very quickly and help reduce the risk of obesity. The fiber is Gari can also help lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, as well as help you control your blood sugar.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Okra Powder”]JEB FOODS Africa Okra Powder is abundant in several vitamins and minerals, including thiamin, vitamin B6, folic acid, riboflavin/vitamin B2, zinc and dietary fiber. It also provides ample calcium and magnesium, helping prevent both calcium deficiency and magnesium deficiency.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Birds Eye Chili Pepper (Whole)”]BIRDS EYE CHILI PEPPER have a lot of spice and flavour without many added calories, fat or sugar. In 1 teaspoon of crushed red pepper, there are only 6 calories and 1 gram of carbohydrate. The same amount of pepper contains 15 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin A for a 2,000-calorie diet. Vitamin A is beneficial for improving skin, hair, nails and eyes. Red pepper also contains vitamins C, E and B-6, and the minerals iron, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Egusi (Cucumeropsis mannii)”]Egusi, also known as melon seed is widely used in the preparation of a number of African food dishes, including egusi soup, egusi pepper soup, okra and egusi vegetable soup, egusi fried vegetable. A very rich, but expensive vegetable oil is also produced from this seed.
In West Africa, a region where soups are integral to life, Egusi is a major soup ingredient and a common component of daily meals. Coarsely ground up, they thicken stews and contribute to widely enjoyed steamed dumplings. Some are soaked, fermented, boiled, and wrapped in leaves to form a favorite food seasoning. Families in some West African countries can eat the crop year-round and it is in high demand from countries in the Central African sub-regions too.
The seeds are often shelled and can be eaten individually as a snack, many processed forms of the seeds have made their way into common cooking practices. After soaking, fermenting, or boiling, the seeds take on different flavors and are frequently added to thicken soups and stews. On their own, the seeds can also be roasted and ground into a spread like peanut butter. With further preparation, egusi-seed meal can be pressed into patties to be used like a meat substitute.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Ground Birds Eye Chili Pepper”]BIRDS EYE CHILI PEPPER have a lot of spice and flavour without many added calories, fat or sugar. In 1 teaspoon of crushed red pepper, there are only 6 calories and 1 gram of carbohydrate. The same amount of pepper contains 15 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin A for a 2,000-calorie diet. Vitamin A is beneficial for improving skin, hair, nails and eyes. Red pepper also contains vitamins C, E and B-6, and the minerals iron, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.[/toggles]
[toggles title=”Ogbono (Whole & Ground) Irvingia gabonensis”]Also known as bush Mango Seeds, this seed is found in the wilds of Africa. The seeds are packed with protein and nutrients and are widely known for it’s health benefits. Our Ogbono is deliciously aromatic, adds a thickening consistency and an incredible nutty flavor to rich West African Soups/Stews.[/toggles]
Growing up in the mid-western part of Nigeria, a country in West Africa, I had access to fresh fruits and vegetables, naturally grown and tropical foods. At home, our meals were prepared using many ingredients, spices and seasonings we got from our yard or the local market. I was blissfully unaware that food could be genetically modified. On moving to the US, I missed a lot of the foods I was raised on, when they were available, they were expensive or canned.
This created a desire and passion in me to have my community have access to affordable, naturally grown, good quality foods as I did growing up, and to introduce many of the flavorful meals I was raised eating, across cultures.
Jeb Foods is my passion and desire to provide healthy, affordable foods with ingredients that are grown naturally. We offer healthy, affordable food with all-natural ingredients. Many of our products contain a single ingredient. No matter which of our foods you choose, you’ll never need to go without flavorful and nutritious meals again.
|Ingredients: 100% Cassava Tuber
|Ingredients: 100% Green Plantain
|Ingredients: 100% Yam Tuber
|Ingredients: 100% Cassava Tuber
|Ingredients: 100% Birdseye Chili Pepper
|Ingredients: 100% Melon Seed
|Ingredients: 100% Ogbono
|Ingredients: list of ingredients|
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Does JEB FOODS CSF contain Fiber?
Answer: Yes, our Cassava flour has fiber contains 2 grams of fiber per 100-gram serving
Is JEB FOODS CSF Certified Gluten Free, Grain Free?
Answer: Yes, Our Cassava Flour is Certifed Gluten Free, Grain Free and is a great substitute for rye, oats, barley and wheat flour
Is JEB FOODS CSF from a genetically modified (GMO) plant?
Answer: No, our Cassava flour is from naturally grown Cassava tuber from the rich soil of West Africa and our Cassava flour is Non-GMO Certified
Does JEB FOODS CSF contain Carbohydrate?
Answer: Yes, Our Cassava contains 38 grams of carbohydrates per 100-gram serving. This makes it a good source of energy which can be beneficial to people who have very active lifestyles or engage in strenuous physical activities. High energy activities use up glycogen, a form of glucose stored in the muscles. Adding cassava to your diet supplies carbohydrates which help replenish lost energy.
What Minerals does JEB FOODS Cassava flour have?
Answer: Cassava flour is rich in minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, manganese, iron, and potassium. A 100-gram serving of JEB FOODS CSF contains 16 milligrams of calcium, 21 milligrams of magnesium, 271 milligrams of potassium, 27 milligrams of phosphorus and 0.4 milligrams of manganese. It also has 14 milligrams of sodium, 0.3 milligrams of zinc and 0.3 milligrams of iron.
Does JEB FOODS Cassava Flour Smell?
Answer: No, our CSF has zero smell
Is JEB FOODS Cassava Flour “Gritty”?
Answer: No, With our CSF we were able to achieve a high percentage of granulation. Through our proprietary processing.
Is there a difference between CSF and tapioca starch?
Answer: Yes, CSF is the whole root, simply peeled, dried and ground to flour with all the nutrients and minerals in it. Tapioca is just pure starch extracted from the cassava root.
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Established in 2010, The Paleo Foundation was first organized for the purpose of improving the tolerability of the paleo diet, and to help adherents easily identify products that met its basic tenets. Since then, thousands of products have been certified through the Certified Paleo, Keto Certified, and lab -tested Grain-Free Gluten-Free certification programs.
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The ketogenic diet is a restrictive, demanding diet that can be difficult to maintain, and tolerability of the ketogenic diet is the single most important factor limiting individual acceptance for initiation. Therefore, improving the tolerability of the ketogenic diet is crucial to preventing diet discontinuation, warranting further investigation into methods for improving palatability, improving the availability and convenience of foods that are compliant with the ketogenic diet, as well as addressing cultural and social acceptance.
The Keto Diet product market may be in a unique position to improve tolerability, especially in social and cultural environments that typically feature carbohydrate-rich “special occasion” types of foods. In 2016, the Paleo Foundation launched the world's first Keto Certified program for products with standards that were developed for adherence to a classical ketogenic diet.