- — Non-GMO, Organic, Vegan
- — Very Low in Cholesterol, Sodium, Saturated Fat
- — Good Source of Dietary Fiber, Сalcium, and Iron
Just when you got friendly with the quinoa, freekeh exploded onto the nutrition picture, and once again, you’re questioning how to work yet another grain into your family’s healthy meals. Freekeh possesses loads of protein and fiber, also lots of other healthy goodies. Freekeh is a grain rooted in the Middle Eastern tradition of roasting young green wheat. The roasted grain has a nutty flavor and chewy texture that provide innovative meal options in demand.
How to use this grain?
Our Organic Whole Freekeh has a chewy texture and a nutty taste that resonates with the plant-based foodie because it is a nutrient-dense ancient grain. Moreover, it is an excellent protein source and fiber, making it more nutritious than brown rice, bulgur, and similar grains. Freekeh is a handy super grain that cooks thoroughly in soups and makes great pilafs. Have you tried salads, stir-fries, and stews with our Organic Freekeh?! You’ll fall in love! Whether you are looking for a plant-based vegetarian or vegan alternative or feature a unique grain in your culinary masterpieces, this product is the smart choice. This grain cooks just like rice. It has a chewy taste that holds its tooth, even after a couple of days in the refrigerator – it will not thicken like rice or quinoa when stored after cooking. Whole Freekeh:
- Whole Freekeh has the texture of a wheat berry
- Smoky and Nutty Flavor
- Recommended use: Vegan and Vegetarian Dinner, cold salad, soup, or as a unique side to any Middle Eastern inspiration
How to Cook FREEKEH