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Probios Organic Natura Toscana Monococcum Spelt, 400 G (Brown)
20.49 SAR

Probios Organic Natura Toscana Monococcum Spelt, 400 G (Brown)

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Triticum monococcum, also known as small spelt, is the most ancient type of spelt that is grown. Due to its poor agricultural yield it has been replaced over time with stronger, more fruitful varieties. Its special nutritional characteristics have meant that in recent years cultivation of small spelt has picked up in certain areas in Italy and in Tuscany. It is grown using annual rotation ...

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    Specifications

    Brand
    PROBIOS
    Cereals Color
    Brown
    Package thickness
    12.8 centimeters
    Package weight in KGs
    400 grams
    Brand
    PROBIOS
    Cereals Color
    Brown
    Package thickness
    12.8 centimeters
    Package weight in KGs
    400 grams
    Cereals Form
    Dry
    Cereals Type
    Wheat
    Size
    400 gm
    Cereals Packaging
    Pouch
    EAN-13
    8018699015832
    UPC-A
    8018699015832
    UPC-E
    8018699015832
    Gluten Free
    Organic
    Sugar Free
    Lactose Free
    Expirable
    Package height
    5 centimeters
    Package Width
    8.6 centimeters
    Serial Scan Required
    Item EAN
    2724571997337
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    Description:

    Triticum monococcum, also known as small spelt, is the most ancient type of spelt that is grown. Due to its poor agricultural yield it has been replaced over time with stronger, more fruitful varieties. Its special nutritional characteristics have meant that in recent years cultivation of small

    Triticum monococcum, also known as small spelt, is the most ancient type of spelt that is grown. Due to its poor agricultural yield it has been replaced over time with stronger, more fruitful varieties. Its special nutritional characteristics have meant that in recent years cultivation of small spelt has picked up in certain areas in Italy and in Tuscany. It is grown using annual rotation cycles so that the right soil balance can be maintained. It must be left to soak for just 2 hours and can be cooked in around 3 minutes.

 

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