Wheat Berries FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions About Einkorn, Spelt, and More!
Hi Sweet Friends,
As many of you know, I am devoted to Traditional Foods Cooking. And Wheat Berries play a pivotal role in that type of cooking because the focus is on using whole grains for baking and cooking as opposed to relying on “white” flour, such as all-purpose flour or what some of you may know as plain flour.
But when it comes to cooking with whole grains, understanding all the different varieties can be overwhelming. In the Wheat Berries FAQ video, I’m focusing specifically on wheat berries since there are a number of varieties in this category of whole grains.
I start by reviewing Ancient Grains, such as Einkorn, and then I move right up the Wheat Berry timeline 😉 and discuss the differences between Red Whole Wheat—what we often think of as simply “whole wheat”—and a more modern hybrid call White Whole Wheat—yes…a white flour that is 100% whole wheat!
I review five types of wheat berries—and then throw in a little surprise at the end. It’s not a wheat berry, but I love baking with it!
To learn more, be sure to watch my Wheat Berries FAQ video.
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