This oil is a rich emerald green colour, made from a single cold-pressed method. It is a richer, more luxurious fat to add to your vegan cooking. And so flavoursome that it should be added at the end of the process (or drizzled on salad if you want to enjoy that flavour to its maximum!)
When frying or roasting, try coconut oil or olive oil instead.
What about vegan gluten free flour?
All flour is suitable for vegans, because the production of flour does not utilise any animal products.
However, many following a vegan diet also look for gluten free alternatives. Gluten is also avoided by those with celiac disease, for whom gluten causes an immune reaction.
You can swap out ordinary flour for gluten free alternatives at a ratio of one to one.