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Real Foods Organic Wheat Grain

3 Customer Review(s)
Customer Rating: 3.0
(6 votes)
£1.88 38p / 100g
£3.20 32p / 100g

Wholesale Prices

(14p / 100g)


Organic Wheat Grain ingredients:

Wheat Grain.

About Organic Wheat Grain

These Organic Wheat Grain are available in a range of sizes, all packed in Plastic Free packaging. We use plant-based cellulose bags for these products. Cellulose Plastic Free packaging is biodegradable, simply scrunch up to create air pockets and add to your home compost. It will take around 1-2 months to biodegrade. Or it can be added to general waste, it will break down into vegetable matter.

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Customer reviews

Check einkorn wheat as it's much better than this modern wheat.

By A Customer on 18/01/2017

I use mine coarsely ground with a coffee grinder, then I added millet, sesame, linseed, then oats to make a very healthy porridge.

By Martin Gillard on 24/12/2013

These fresh wheat grains are as closest to nature as possible. And as they are organic, I know that I am safe from any nasty chemicals. I use them in a variety of ways. If I am going to use wheat flour to make my own bread for example, I prefer to grind the grains myself, producing the freshest flour possible. I sprout them and add the sprouted wheat berries to a salad, or eat them for breakfast as a love muesli with fruit and yoghurt. I sprout them and then use them to make rejuvelac, a probiotic drink. I sprout them, then grind them to make Essene bread.

By Jonathan Walton on 08/08/2013

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