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Organic Spelt Berries

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Spelt is an ancient variety of wheat with its roots in the Fertile Crescent some 9000 years ago. It is more widely used in Europe where it’s known as dinkel in Germany and farro grande in Italy. While higher in protein than commonly used wheat varieties, the nature of its proteins results in less gluten formation when making bread dough. Many people with wheat allergies or sensitivities can enjoy bread made with spelt flour.

Spelt is renowned for its health benefits but also delivers a mellow nutty flavor. Use in place of ordinary wheat for breads and pasta.  

Our grain is grown by certified organic farms that are committed to ideals of sustainable stewardship of our natural resources for those of future generations. 

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Spelt is an ancient variety of wheat with its roots in the Fertile Crescent some 9000 years ago. It is more widely used in Europe where it’s known as dinkel in Germany and farro grande in Italy. While higher in protein than commonly used wheat varieties, the nature of its proteins results in less gluten formation when making bread dough. Many people with wheat allergies or sensitivities can enjoy bread made with spelt flour.

Spelt is renowned for its health benefits but also delivers a mellow nutty flavor. Use in place of ordinary wheat for breads and pasta.  

Our grain is grown by certified organic farms that are committed to ideals of sustainable stewardship of our natural resources for those of future generations. 

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Wonderful flavour

I love this spelt. It has a lovely chewy slightly nutty flavour that pairs wonderfully with honey as a breakfast treat. If you put it in a pot of boiling water the night before and put a lid on it, it cuts the cooking time dramatically. I also cook it up in my rice maker and meal prep it for the week.