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  • Einkorn seed
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    Einkorn (Organic)


    Triticum monococcum. The first form of wheat to be cultivated over 10,000 years ago. Einkorn has much higher protein than modern wheat, but is much lower yielding. The name einkorn is German for ‘single grain,’ since it has only one grain per hull. Similar to emmer, einkorn is also spring sown and can be easier…

  • Emmer Farro
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    Emmer / Faro (Organic)


    Triticum dicoccum. A delicious and nutritious grain, this awned wheat relative has a tightly wrapped hull that is difficult to remove, needing specialized equipment (or maybe just a blender). The hulls make it especially good for brewing beer, and it is also great animal feed. For some techniques on dehulling emmer and other ancient grains,…

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    Wheat, Maris Widgeon (Organic)


    Triticum aestivum. Red Winter. Moderately tall, winter type bread wheat that has a semi-hard, golden orange grain. Even though it lacks the high protein of modern reds, it is a great variety for making bread and we consider it to also be a good all-purpose flour. Very productive and tall enough to organically choke out…