Oberkülmer Spelt Berries

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Spelt, also known as “Dinkel” or German wheat, developed through the spontaneous crossing of the wild grasses (Aegilops squarrosa) and Emmer between 6000 and 5000 BC.

Spelt contains more protein, fats and crude fiber than wheat and also has large amounts of Vitamin B17 (anti-carcinoma). It also contains special carbohydrates which play a decisive role in blood clotting and stimulate the body’s immune system so as to increase its resistance to infection.

With a sweet, buttery, nutty flavor, Spelt is a great inclusion to any bread recipe.

  • Grown in:Teton, ID by Grand Teton Ancient Grains
  • This is an Ancient grain.  Learn more.
  • Available types: Whole Berry, Whole Grain Flour
  • Protein: 13.79% (Protein % is not indicative of an ancient grain's baking performance)  Learn more.
  • Flavor profile:  Buttery, Sweet and Nutty
  • We love it in: Breads (up to 30%), Cookies, Crackers, Banana Bread, Pancakes, Pasta, Waffles

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    Edward Bosk
    Look good.

    Taste good. May eat as is.

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    Claire Millebrooker
    Lovely Spelt taste

    I love the Oberkuelmer Spelt, for me it has more flavour than other spelt, It is wonderful in cakes and breads, one of my go to flours.

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    Nancycat
    Delicious!

    I love spelt, especially Barton Springs’ spelt. It is very clean, and they ship it so fast. I made banana bread recently, and knowing that spelt is a complete protein, along with fruit, nuts, butter and eggs, you’ve got all the food groups in a delicious slice.

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    Jeanine Naker
    Oberkülmer Spelt Berries

    Have not used as of yet. Smell awesome!

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    TAM 105 Flour
    Marj Krause
    Great flour for gluten intolerant tummies

    Used the TAM 105 for banana bread. The bread turned out better than normal. It had the extra flavor this flour brings and no tummy issues. I then ordered TAM 105 00 to use for pizza dough

    Yecora Rojo

    Made standard sourdough loaf with this new flour from Barton Springs, It came out a little dry on first round of kneading. I added a few squirts from spray bottle to get texture just right.

    This rose nicely after 12 hours. I might add a little more water next time. It was not as elastic as some of the earlier new flours I have tried. It also has a redish tinge, which is really interesting. Not bright enough for me to notice (colorblind) but I noticed a slightly different shade and my wife confirmed it was definitely a bit redish.

    This had a great rise overnight. Nice dome, and still felt firm. It's very big, but my hope is that it won't cave in during the bake.

    It was a bit over proofed and black on top. Could be the very overraised dome. But the bread as a whole was great. Worked like a bread flour, but had a great whole-wheat flavor. This is far more unique than the other fancy flours I have tried in the past. I could see making special orders of this variety.

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    Sonora Flour
    Debora Crosby
    I can't imagine baking cookies, pies, and cakes without Sonoran Flour!

    This order of flour arrived at 6:30 pm then night before Thanksgiving. I refused to start my baking before it arrived. It didn't disappoint and everyone raved about the pie crusts as well as the pies. The Sonoran wheat flour was fresh and wonderful!

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    Spelt Flour
    Paul m
    Spelt pizza

    Loved this spelt whole grain flour made perfect pizza and the best banana nut and chocolate chip bread !!!

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    Wrens Abruzzi Rye Flour
    Laura Sanders
    Great flavor!

    This was my first time working with rye flour, and I wasn't sure how well it would work in a sourdough loaf. I was pleasantly surprised by the freshness and flavor of the Wrens Abruzzi.