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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

There's Gluten-Free Glory in Ma-adi's Munga

Posted By on Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 12:15 PM

click to enlarge T. PALMER
  • T. Palmer
The business of San Francisco's Ma-adi Foods is built off of one main product called munga (moon-gah) flour, which it sells in one-pound bags on its Web site. The high-protein, fiber-rich, and gluten-free blend of brown rice and nuts (they use peanuts or almonds) is a recipe adapted from the Saramacan tribe of Suriname, who live in the South American rainforest.

We tried Ma-adi's peanut munga cookies ($1.19 at Other Avenues, 3930 Judah at 45th Ave.) and loved the ginger snap-esque texture and subtle flavors of peanut and cinnamon. Ma-adi has the basic recipe on their site; they were so good out of the bag that they must be fairly phenomenal straight out of your oven.

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