Spelt (triticum spelta) is considered an ancient wheat. According to history, spelt was an important crop in Europe during the Bronze and Iron Ages, spreading widely in central Europe.
Spelt is a whole wheat flour, and ground up with their outer grain layers and are fresher, but more prone to going rancid. We advise keeping the grain in the fridge once the bag is opened.
The natural sprouting process of grains converts them into foods that contain more vital nutrients that are more readily absorbed by your body. It also provides more flavor.
You can use spelt flour in a variety of food including cakes, breads, muffins, scones, and even chocolate chip cookies and waffles.
Ingredients:organic sprouted spelt