Turning Wine Waste into Healthy Snacks

Mar 1, 2016

Flours made from grape skins and seeds are separated by varietal, to preserve the chemistry and flavor characteristics of each type of grape.

  It has to be used sparingly, but flour made from dried grape skins and seeds is both healthy and nutritious. And it’s starting to catch on.

The first local commercial use of grape skin flour was in making gluten-free cookies,  recalls Tom Keener, co-founder of Wild California.