We are aiming to develop marketable planting seeds that are food grade, edible cotton varieties. The kernel has nutritious, all natural, ebible, and protein-rich properties.GLCS are 98% digestible. They offer balanced nutrition at approximately one-fourth the cost of meat protein with none of the cholesterol or saturated fats contained in meat. Considered to be superior to all other vegetable protein sources.GLCS can supply 100% of the daily protein requirement for people of all ages worldwide.
This vital food is high in fiber, calcium, zinc and phosphorus as well as potassium, magnesium, thiamine and copper. The sodium content is minute. 100 grams of GLCS contain 380% less sodium than 8 oz (236 ml) of milk while offering a 45% increase in usable protein. GLCS have a delicious nutty flavor with no after taste like soy.
37% Polyunsaturated Fats
5% Vitamins and Minerals
Scientists were intrigued with the unique cotton plant first discovered over 30 years ago on a Native American Hopi reservation. It was capable of cross-breeding to produce the invaluable glandless cotton seed. The mature plant at harvest offered a new hope and vision for future food requirements of our continually growing population worldwide by providing a highly nutritious edible, protein-rich kernel.
|100||Brownies, cookies, and confections||400|
|50||Quick breads, ground meat casseroles||200|
|30||Fudge candies, pizza crusts, and sweet rolls||120|
|25||Biscuits, muffins, cakes and nut breads||100|
|10||All recipes and yeast breads||50|
|100 grams of GLCS Flour has:
36% more protein than soybeans
Protein breads, pancakes, waffles and pastas; tortillas, chips, cookies, and cereals; biscuits, muffins, pizzas and energy bars. Confectionaries, toppings, puddings and baby foods; snacks, casseroles, soups and tempura; meat loaf, fried and frozen foods and drinks. These are just a few of the infinite possibilities available.
Contact us by clicking below for additonal information.