Spelt Grain, Organic
Spelt Grain, Organic
Spelt is a nutritious and flavorful relative of common wheat. An ancient grain, it is unusual because it retains nearly all of its nutritional value in the kernel, therefore, even after processing, it contains high levels of proteins and carbohydrates. Good source of dietary fiber, thiamine, niacin, iron and potassium. Easy to digest. Contains gluten, but is tolerated by many wheat sensitive people. Spelt has a delicious, light and nutty flavor. Easily substituted for wheat in recipes.
INGREDIENTS: Organic Spelt Grain.
Serving Size: 1/4 cup (43 g)
Servings Per Container: About 264 (25 lb. size)
Servings Per Container: About 53 (5 lb. size)
Servings Per Container: About 22 (33 oz. size)
Nutrient Amount %DV
Calories from Fat 10
Total Fat 1 g 2%
Saturated Fat -- g --%
Trans Fat -- g
Sodium 0 mg
Total Carbohydrate 31 g 10%
Dietary Fiber -- g --%
Sugars -- g
Protein 5 g
Vitamin A --%
Vitamin C --%
Not a significant source of cholesterol, and calcium.
- Cooking instructions: Add 1 cup spelt to 3 cups boiling water or stock, cover, reduce heat and simmer for 1 1/2 hours.
- Azure Farm is located in the foothills east of Mt. Hood with a fantastic view of the Cascades and farm land in the valleys below. This is wheat growing country where dry-land farming produces an abundance of soft white wheat and other grains. But what makes our farm different from most other wheat farms is our growing practices. We’ve been growing organically for over 25 years, and are attempting to go beyond basic “organic” (which only ensures which harmful things have not been used). We try to keep up with organic soil amendments that will actually improve our soil, and consequently improve the food itself.
- Any items with the Azure Farm label which are not grown on Azure Farm, are from farms which we know have been growing organically for many years, doing whatever they can to ensure healthy soil, so the food on your table is also healthy.
- Why go organic? Organic foods are grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. Organic foods are not genetically modified. Organic foods are grown in soil that is nurtured, not treated... which means top soil, groundwater, rivers, lakes, streams, watersheds, fish & wildlife, and people are not compromised. Healthy food grows in healthy soil. You can often taste the organic difference!