Purcell Mountain Farms



Freekeh is a unique ancient grain that is quickly gaining popularity in many American kitchens. Known for its nutritional value , this smoky roasted wheat can easily be used in place of rice or pasta. Young green wheat berries that are sun-dried and roasted, Chewy in texture, Nutty flavor with a slightly smoky aroma, All-natural.    

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Organic Farro Grain

Organic Farro is ancient whole grain wheat with a nutty flavor and firm, chewy texture. We pearl these high-quality, light brown cereal grains to reduce cooking time. High-fiber, healthy whole grain that has never been altered for industrialization. Use Organic Farro in soups, stews, salads and side dishes Use as a substitute for barley, or

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Organic Einkorn Grain

Organic Einkorn, Triticum monoccocum, in its wild form Triticum boeticum, is the most ancient cereal grain, a million years old according to USDA research. Einkorn is a German word meaning One-Kernel, a reference to the single grain per spikelet on the head of the plant. It’s a diploid with 14 chromosomes. Chefs and bakers delight

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Organic Emmer Grain

An Ancient Grain that is an ancestor of modern wheat. High in nutrients Emmer is a unique landrace variety that has adapted itself to the mineral-rich soils and sunny climate of the Columbia Plateau in the Pacific Northwest. Whole Grain Emmer Berries are de-hulled. Organic Non-GMO NUTRITION FACTS Serving Size: 1/4 cup (45g) Calories 170

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Organic Spelt Grain

Spelt is a nutritious and flavorful relative of common wheat. An ancient grain, it is unusual because it retains nearly all of its nutritional value in the kernel, therefore, even after processing, it contains high levels of proteins and carbohydrates. Good source of dietary fiber, thiamin, niacin, iron and potassium. Easy to digest. Contains gluten,

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Organic Rye Berries

Organic Rye Berries offer numerous health benefits and are a versatile addition to your meals. Higher in protein, phosphorus, iron, and potassium compared to wheat, they are also rich in lysine and low in gluten, making them a nutritious choice. Incorporate cooked rye berries into soups, salads, breads, or breakfast cereals. For a delicious side

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