November 08, 2022 2 min read

Ancient grains are whole grains (seeds, pseudocereals) that have been unmodified and are virtually exactly the same as they were found. They are more nutrient dense and healthier than grains that have been modified by selective breeding. 

They usually go through less processing than some other grains, leaving all their natural nutrients.

Here is our nutrient rich ancient grain blogs:

 

KAMUT Khorsan Wheat Berries

  • Why Kamut? Part 1 - History - Khorasan Wheat (or Kamut) is classified as Triticum turanicum. This species of wheat is related to tetraploid, more commonly known as Durum wheat, a pasta grain. Khorasan is the best choice as a.... Read More 
  • Why Kamut? Part 2 - Nutrition - Kamut is widely known as a "supergrain" meaning it holds more nutritional value than most other grains. It is a good source of many nutrients, including protein, fiber, zinc, manganese, magnesium, and.... Read More 
  • Why Kamut? Part 3 - Cooking Tips - This ancient grain is known for its incredible nutritional benefits. Kamut wheat berries that can be ground into flour or cooked whole. Cooked Kamut looks and tastes similar to rice, Kamut having a.... Read More 

Spelt Wheat Berries

  • Why Spelt? Part 1 - History - Spelt is considered one of the world’s ancient grains. Its lineage can be traced to a mention in the Old Testament and it is known to have been cultivated since.... Read More 
  • Why Spelt? Part 2 - Nutrition - As far as grains are concerned, spelt is by nature a whole food. It has a high protein content as well as exemplary dietary fiber. Spelt is also rich in.... Read More 
  • Why Spelt? Part 3 - Cooking Tips - When cooked, spelt yields a mild nutty flavor and high digestibility. Its inclusion in recipes works well to blend complex flavors. Milled whole grain flour is an excellent option for making bagels, pizza dough, pancakes, and.... Read More 

Einkorn Wheat Berries

White Quinoa

Turmeric Root Powder

  • Why Turmeric Root Powder? - Turmeric is an ancient spice that has become very popular with people interested in healthy eating and is definitely considered a 'superfood'. For.... Read More 

Whole Wheat Couscous 

 

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