Organic Spelt Grain, hulled - NZ grown
Organic Spelt Grain, hulled
What is it?
Spelt, also called Dinkel (triticum spelta), is an ancient grain related to wheat. It was previously widely grown in Europe but due to its low yield and difficult growing characteristics it has mostly been replaced by modern wheat.
This is an excellent, high quality Spelt/Dinkel which will not only make a beautiful loaf of bread but can also be used for the full range of baking. Biodynamically grown here in beautiful New Zealand on one of NZ's first certified organic farms.
Biodynamically grown here in New Zealand
What are the nutritional benefits?
Spelt/Dinkel is a nutritious addition to your diet. It's an excellent source of dietary fibre and provides several essential nutrients, such as iron, magnesium and zinc.
Where can I use it?
Spelt/Dinkel flour is a wonderful easily digestable product having a pleasant nuty taste. It can be used for bread but also for the full range of baking (cakes, biscuits, scones and piza bases...) in exactly the same way as ordinary wheat flour though the bread dough may take longer to rise.
Contains Gluten. Demeter and BioGro certified. Grown and processed here in New Zealand on a farm that has has been growing Spelt/Dinkel for more than 15 years.
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|Typical Values||per 100 gms / 100mls|
|Fat, total (g)||2.4|
|Fat, saturated (g)||0.4|
|Dietary Fibre (g)||11|
|Allergen Info||Contains Gluten.|
|Country of Origin|
|Product of:||New Zealand|
|Listed in order of predominance:||Organic and Dementer certified Spelt Grains|
This product has been re-packed in a facility handling products containing gluten, tree nuts, sesame seeds and peanuts. Every effort is made to separate equipment and ingredients during the re-pack process.