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Blonde Einkorn Berries (certified organic)


Click here to learn how to cook and sprout whole berries.


From German, meaning literally “single grain,” Einkorn wheat was one of the first plants to be domesticated and cultivated. The earliest clear evidence of the domestication of Einkorn dates from 8,650 BC to 7,950 BC. Einkorn has a higher percentage of protein than modern red wheats and is considered more nutritious because it also has higher levels of fat, phosphorus, potassium, pyridoxine, and beta-carotene. It works well in hearth breads (up to 30%).

Also known as Farro Piccolo, Einkorn is a grain derived from Grano Farro, or Farro Grain. 

You can prepare Whole Berries as Farro. The texture is beautifully bouncy, with a slight chew once cooked. You can prepare Einkorn and other Farro grains easily, going well with a variety of meals. From soups and salads, to side dishes and hot breakfast, the possibilities are exciting. 

  • Grown in: Teton, ID by Grand Teton Ancient Grains
  • This is an Ancient grain.  Learn more.
  • Available types: Whole Berry, Whole Grain Flour
  • Protein:  17.57% (Protein % is not indicative of an ancient grain's baking performance)  Learn more.
  • Flavor profile: Deep Toasted Graham
  • We love it in: Breads (up to 30%), Cookies, Pancakes, Waffles, Cornbread

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 15 reviews
    Ann J
    Whole berries

    Love being able to get whole berries to mill myself.

    Summer McCourtney
    Goodness gracious, what a blessing!

    So grateful for the ability to purchase Einkorn berries, a true super food. I use a Wonder Mill for grinding, and make fresh baked goods on a nearly daily basis. Thanks, Barton Springs Mill.

    Kristin Mains
    Einkorn Berries

    Well packaged, quality product!

    Sterna Citron
    The Oldest and the Best

    I've been making sourdough for 40 years (thank G-d). The best is with einkorn grain. Which makes sense as it has not been hybridized like our other wheats. It is more expensive, so I end up using half einkorn and half regular organic wheat. Still good!

    RP Navarro
    Great source for Einkorn Wheat Berries

    Einkorn is my favorite flour, and I mill my wheat berries for fresh whole grain flour. I like to soak/sprout the wheat berries to make a sprouted mash that I incorporate into the main flour mix for greater nutrient bioavailability. Barton Spring wheat berries seem fresher that other sources, for great tasting artisan bread. I’ll buy again.