Spelt goes with everything, even your cooking.
Spelt doesn’t ask for much,
it grows in poor soil, at low temperatures,
and gives you all it got:
protein, potassium and fibre (which even regulate blood sugar).
Want to use it instead of pasta?
As a side dish or garnish? It goes well with fish too.
And in soups.
Come on, get into the kitchen.
You can’t go wrong with spelt.
For centuries it was a staple for Asian and Mediterranean peoples.
For the Romans it was highly valued, and was in fact used as currency.
It was the first cereal to be grown and used by mankind, more than 10,000 years ago.