Wheat berries are a true whole grain. These plump and hearty grains are very versatile in your kitchen. With a slightly nutty flavor and a mild chewy consistency, they add flavor and nutrition to every meal. Here is our basic recipe for cooking wheat berries.
Looking for a soft, yet hearty sandwich roll that will work great for a burger too? We know you have been asking. These rolls are made with a mix of ground wheat berries and einkorn flour. We added flax seeds and one spoon of honey for a light sweetness. Hey, now this is a roll you can really feel great about!
One of our favorite recipes for the summer because this dish is great warm or cold, and its a nice way to feed guests, even it they are not gluten free. An abundance of broccoli and herbs provides a nice boost of vitamins and antioxidants.
Baking sour dough bread at home with a starter is not as hard as you might think. Using a sourdough starter instead of dry-active yeast give bread more flavor and makes it easier to digest. Here's how.
This terrific side dish brings several nutritious foods together into one dish. We’ve combined our einkorn wheat berries with crunchy kale and red cabbage. Not only is it pretty, but the flavors are great and it packs a healthy punch.
If the thought of baking bread at home seems daunting because of kneading and leavening time, give this easy recipe a try. It is easy to make, has a soft and a delicious, kid-approved flavor. No fat added and no kneading.
The most popular pizza in Italy is called Pizza Margherita, made with tomato, fresh mozzarella and fresh basil. Pizza made with einkorn dough has a nice, golden color due to its higher content of carotenoids, and a very pleasing, nutty flavor.
Looking for a guiltless dessert? We like organic raspberry sorbet sandwiched between einkorn crispy cocoa cookies. Raspberries are in season and have potent antioxidant power. Jovial einkorn crispy cocoa cookies also have antioxidant power, more than you would expect from a cookie.