Rye Flour 2kgRye Flour 2kg
If you’re looking to add another dimension to your baking, look no further than rye flour. Milled from rye kernels (also called rye berries), the flour has a fresh, nutty flavor that distinguishes it from the wheat flour you likely use to bake.
It’s a good source of soluble fiber, vitamin E, calcium, iron, and potassium, and has been linked to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, colon cancer, breast cancer and diabetes. Because rye is harder to refine than wheat, it retains more of its nutrients
Spelt Flour dark 1kgSpelt Flour dark 1kg
Spelt is fast gaining popularity as a health food because it contains a broad spectrum of nutrients, including complex carbohydrates, sugar, soluble and insoluble fiber, sodium, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids and more. Spelt is high in vitamin B2, niacin, manganese, thiamin, copper, and magnesium.
Spelt Flour white 1kgSpelt Flour white 1kg
Spelt is an ancient grain that’s similar to wheat in appearance (and is related, botanically, to wheat). Spelt has a tougher husk, which helps protect the nutrients inside the grain. Flour made from spelt has a nutty, slightly sweet flavor and can be used in most recipes that call for regular or whole-wheat flour. It has nutritional benefits similar to other whole-grain flours: It’s a good source of fiber and contains micronutrients such as calcium and vitamin E.
Not so long ago, if you wanted spelt flour, you had to purchase spelt kernels and use a kitchen grinder to make your own flour. You can buy products made with spelt, such as crackers, cookies, pasta, and other snacks and foods.