Goodness Organic Wheat Grain 3kg
This grain is high in protein and ideal for breadmaking.
This organic wheat grain would be great milled at home to make bread or many other uses.
This is a high quality millers wheat blend including imported grain to achieve a high protein blend.Average Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Wheat kernels may be cooked and eaten whole.
Use 3 cups of hot water to every cup of wheat kernels. Presoaking over night will reduce the cooking time by half. Cook for approx 30 mins if presoaked or 45 mins if not. One cup of dry kernels will yield approx 2-3 cups of cooked plump kernels.
Just wheat grain and nothing else
Packed in a factory that handles nuts.
Wheat is a member of the grass family and produces a dry one- seeded fruit, commonly known as a grain or kernel. The whole grain has still got the fibre rich outer layer intact, known as the bran. This course outer layer is also rich in nutrients such as B vitamins in particular.
Customer reviews - Goodness Organic Wheat Grain 3kg
Thu 13th May 2010
Chewy nutty hard wheat grain. Great for soaking, sprouting and making in to living breads and crackers. I haven't tried cooking them, but I am sure they would be delicious.Reviewer's Name:
Thu 5th Jul 2012
Great for sprouting and a nice big bag. Lasts a long time.Reviewer's Name:
MRS Karen Game -
Wed 17th Apr 2013
Great product, use it to make wheat sprouts and thereafter rejuvelac and raw breads. Useful being able to buy bulk bagReviewer's Name:
Mrs C McGlashan Wonderful Wheat Berries -
Fri 26th Jul 2013
These are really cheap for the quantity - there's loads of them, and they're organic!
I'd never had wheat grains before but based on the low price decided to chance it, and it was worth doing so. My partner, who isn't a fan of brown rice or indeed of wholefoods in general, really liked these when I cooked them up in a lunch dish for us and said he would happily eat them again, which was a pleasant surprise to me.
When cooked they have a delightful chewy nuttiness and despite being un-hulled there is no 'bittiness' or husk to get caught in your teeth!
Use to form the basis of a hearty salad, cook up in a tasty vegetable pilaf, or with honey and dried fruit for a satisfying breakfast dish. If you try researching recipes online also using the American term 'Wheat Berry', you will find lots more ideas.Reviewer's Name:
Ms. Bee -
Mon 5th Aug 2013
I bought this for sprouting/ growing in trays for juicing. It produces a reasonable wheat grass that is suitable for juicing. It is best transferred to an airtight container after opening to maintain freshness.Reviewer's Name: