- — Non-GMO, Organic, Kosher, Raw, Vegan
- — Good source of Protein and Dietary Fiber
- — Rich in Iron
Organic Rye Berries are whole grains of rye without an outer hull. Once they are broken into smaller pieces, they are known as Cracked Rye Berries. The latter is crushed and sifted rye groats, which cook quicker while keeping all the powerful nutrients of whole grains intact. Food to Live Organic Cracked Rye Berries are Organic, Non-GMO, Kosher, Raw, and suitable for a Vegan diet.
Organic Whole Grain Rye Berries are rich in dietary fiber and protein that are essential for the proper function of our digestive system. They are a treasure trove of Iron, Potassium, B-group vitamins, and antioxidants called Polyphenols. They also contain Vitamin E, Selenium, Calcium, Phosphorous, and Magnesium. Moreover, Whole Grain Rye Berries have a low glycemic index and may lower cholesterol levels.
How to cook and use Crushed and Sifted Rye Groats?
Organic Cracked Rye Berries can be enjoyed as a hot porridge or a pilaf dish. Also, you can use them as your morning sweet cereal in place of oatmeal, accompanied by nuts and berries. Add cooked rye to your salads, stews, soups, and grain bowls. Besides, Rye Berries Organic & Cracked will bring extra texture and a brisk flavor to your pastries, bread, muffins, and cookies. Cooking Cracked Rye is super easy:
1. Bring 1 cup of Organic Cracked Rye Berries, and 3 cups of water to boil in a saucepan;
2. Season with a dash of salt;
3. Reduce to low heat and simmer for 30-35 minutes;
4. Stir occasionally and add more water if needed.
Store Organic Rye Groats in an airtight container in a cool dry place. For extended storage, keep Rye Berries bulk in the freezer for about 2 years.
- For 1 cup of Cracked Rye Berries, use 3-4 cups of liquid.
- In a medium pot combine cracked rye and water. Add a pinch of salt.
- Bring the pot to a boil, then reduce heat. Cover the pot and let simmer for about 30-35 mins until tender.
- After about 20 mins of cooking, stir every 5 mins.
- If water is fully absorbed, add more (1/4 cup at a time).
- Eat as a hot cereal with milk, honey, and toppings, or add as an ingredient to dishes like salads, soups, grain bowls, and more.