OliveNation Einkorn wheat is an ancient grain, that has been cultivated for thousands of years in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and parts of Europe. Unlike much of the wheat eaten today, einkorn is a hulled wheat that contains more protein and essential fatty acids. It is also high in vitamin B6 and potassium.
Einkorn wheat is most commonly ground into flour and used to bake bread, muffins, pancakes and other baked goods. You can also cook einkorn and serve as a warm porridge, with brown sugar, nutmeg and dried fruit. Coarsely ground einkorn can be substituted for rice or quinoa and served as a side dish.
How to Grind Einkorn Wheat into Flour
You can easily make your own low-gluten flour by grinding einkorn wheat berries. If you use einkorn flour on a regular basis, you might want to invest in a specially designed grain mill. If not, a food processor will work. 1 cup of einkorn wheat berries will make about 1.5 cups of flour.
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