Spelt; the ancient grain that’s making a comeback
Spelt is the distant cousin of commercially grown wheat. Although it contains gluten, it is still suitable for those who experience allergies or intolerance to common wheat varieties. Spelt grain is centuries older than the more common wheat blends favoured today, which gives it a wider range of nutrients. Spelt’s most valuable quality is its 9.2% fibre which helps to clean and detoxify. It’s fantastically nutritious, featuring healthy servings of manganese, protein, copper, zinc and, with its deep nutty flavour, delicious to boot.