What is Sorghum flour?

  • Traditionally, Sorghum flour has been used to create pancakes, porridges, beer, and flatbread such as jowar roti in India. It can also substitute for other grains in cakes, cookies, breads, and muffins.
  • Sorghum flour is known to not contain Gluten.
  • Sorghum flour can contain levels of tannic acid. 
  • An intolerance to this food may be due to the tannic acid, or an imbalance in the gut biome.