- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — Very Low in Cholesterol, Sodium, and Saturated Fat
- — Rich in Selenium and Manganese
Organic Spelt Flour to Reimagine Your Baking
Baking is an art, and Organic Spelt Flour will help you excel in it. This flour is more delicious and nutritious than regular wheat flour. However, its texture is similar to wheat, so you can easily use it in any recipe, like cake or muffins. Organic Spelt flour retains maximum nutrients because its processing is minimal. Therefore, by adding it to baked goods, you not only enhance the taste but also infuse them with fiber and plant proteins. Whole Spelt flour also contains essential minerals, including zinc and iron. Please be advised that Spelt is a type of wheat, and therefore, this flour contains gluten. However, the level of gluten in Spelt is low; people on a low-gluten diet may enjoy Spelt bread and other baked goods. *The exception is completely gluten-intolerant consumers.
Taste and Uses
Organic Spelt flour is similar to wheat flour in texture and properties. However, they aren’t identical, so you can’t use them as a complete substitute for all-purpose flour. Note that Spelt flour is “lighter” than whole wheat flour; therefore, products baked with it are lighter and fluffier. Use organic white Spelt flour in a recipe by substituting fifty percent of regular wheat flour. Assess the texture of the dough and increase or decrease this amount in future baking projects. Remember that this flour absorbs less liquid. So you’ll need to add more flour or reduce the amount of liquid in the recipe. Otherwise, the dough will be too sticky. You can buy organic Spelt flour in bulk as it keeps well for six months in a pantry. It will last for a year if you store it in the fridge.
Nutty Chocolate Brioche Bread with Spelt Flour