BEST BEFORE DATE: 22/08/2020
Travel back in time with Kamut® grain, an ancient variety of wheat that was
only recently rediscovered by modern-day farmers. The history of this ancient
wheat grain is a bit mysterious. Some say that Noah brought Kamut® kernels
along on the ark, hence the nickname, Prophet's Wheat. Others call Kamut®
grain, King Tut's Wheat, claiming it was found in the tomb of an Egyptian
pharaoh. Though its origins are debated, there's no arguing the fact that
Kamut® wheat is healthy and delicious.
The plump, golden kernels of whole grain Kamut® Khorasan wheat are a
nutritious source of selenium, zinc, magnesium and iron. Kamut® wheat is
exceptionally high in protein, containing 7 grams of protein per serving, and
a good source of dietary fiber. A nutritional powerhouse, Kamut® grain is
perfect for anyone looking for a high protein, low fat addition to their
The firm texture and rich, nutty flavor make this heirloom grain a great
addition to pilafs, soups, and cold salads. Unlike some varieties of wheat,
Kamut® berries hold their texture well, allowing them to be added to soups
and stews early in the cooking process without getting mushy. The pleasant
chewiness makes them a delicious, and far more nutritious, substitute for
whole kernel corn. Use Kamut® wheat wherever you would use a long grain brown
rice for an exciting change of pace.
Our organic Kamut® berries take a little bit longer to cook than some other
whole grains, but a few easy tricks can cut down on cooking time immensely.
Soaking the grains overnight will reduce cooking time. Alternately, cook a
big batch on the weekend and freeze in small, usable portions for quick
preparation on a weeknight. No matter how you choose to cook them, these
golden grains are well worth the extra effort.
Organic Kamut® Berries come from an ancient variety of wheat that was only
rediscovered in the 20th century. The plump whole grain kernels have a
pleasantly chewy texture and rich, buttery flavor that is perfect for salads,
soups, pilafs and casseroles.