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Spelt Flour

Organic | Stoneground

1kg $13.45 RRP $9.85

Available: In Stock

Stone-milled and organic. This wholemeal spelt flour is the good stuff. A slightly sweet and nutty staple that’s full of nutritional goodness, is endlessly versatile and can be tolerated by the gluten-sensitive among us.

    The benefits.

    • Helps protect cells, supports energy creation and maintains healthy bones and teeth (manganese and phosphorus)
    • Supports heart function, energy creation and supports mental and emotional well-being (vitamin B1, B3 and B5)
    • Protects cells from damaging free radicals and supports the immune and nervous systems (iron and copper)
    • May help reduce appetite and cravings (protein and fibre)

    What goes in.

    Certified organic spelt.

    What's kept out.

    Fillers and preservatives.

    Did you know?

    Did you know that most wheat isn’t what it used to be? Due to modern modification, commercial wheat is now faster to grow and more resilient to pests. This has come at a big cost to health. Its new, unnatural properties aggravate our intestinal lining, inhibit mineral absorption and cause immunoreactive issues. Switching to a wheat-free flour is best for our health.

    Geography.

    Grown on the north-west coast of Tasmania.

    Hot tip.

    Next time you’re baking a loaf of sourdough, try using wholemeal spelt flour instead. It’ll produce a softer, more flavoursome loaf than traditional wheat flour. You might never go back.

    Kindred Organics

    From their home to their products, Kindred Organics understands the power of Mother Nature. Their certified organic farm is nestled in the abundant chocolate soil foothills of Mt Roland in North West Tasmania. It’s here they grow, harvest, store, clean, process and package their goods using methods that don’t upset the land. Take their quinoa for example: the crop is grown in summer so it can benefit from long sunny days, fresh breeze and cool water. Sounds nice, doesn’t it? Kindred are just as kind to the soil as they are to the crops, using sustainable tactics to invite plenty of goodness and fertility into the soil, so plants and animals can grow as healthy as possible.