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Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg
Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg
Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg
Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg
Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg

Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg

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£7.00
£4.67 per kg

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  • Whole-grain
  • High-fibre
  • Perfect for porridge
  • Vegan
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Everything at a glance Organic spelt semolina

If your mouth waters just by thinking about semolina pudding with warm cherries, then you should definitely try our spelt semolina. Our organic spelt semolina takes just a few minutes to cook, and it easily become a delicious meal. Perfect for sweet creations like semolina pudding, bars & Co. or savoury dishes like casseroles and dumplings, our organic semolina made of spelt is incredibly versatile! But what is semolina, exactly? Semolina is a food which is produced by milling cereal grains. During the grinding process the grain is separated into several components, among others into flour and semolina. Semolina is basically made of the starch granules of the grain which are bonded by protein structures. Our spelt is not peeled after being harvested, as, in order to obtain a very high-fibre product, we prefer to use the whole grain. At KoRo y

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1429 / 338
Fat 1,8 g
   of which Saturates 0,3 g
Carbohydrate 64 g
   of which Sugars 0,5 g
Fibre 7,6 g
Protein 13 g
Salt 0,01 g

Order number DINKEL_006
Origin Germany
Content 1.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654783254
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. Spezifikation
Eco-monitoring unit Due to technical reasons, data may differ. In case you have specific questions, please contact our customer support team. DE-ÖKO-001
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients Spelt* *from organic farming
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. No other allergens contained according to EU Regulation 1169/2011
Sales name Organic spelt semolina from Germany
Bio-sourced EU-Landwirtschaft
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The KoRo price chart Organic spelt semolina

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01.02.2021
Calculation: Cross-range adjustment based on new price calculation
3,00€/ 100g

+33,33%
4,00€ / 100g
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09.12.2020
Competition/market
2,00€/ 100g

+50,00%
3,00€ / 100g
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23.09.2020
New In stock
2,00€ / 100g
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Organic spelt semolina - a look behind the scenes

Spelt is a very beloved grain: in the last year, farro has become increasingly popular. Two thirds of German spelt are grown in Bayer and Baden-Württemberg.

Here we grow our spelt

Spelt is a very beloved grain: in the last year, farro has become increasingly popular. Two thirds of German spelt are grown in Bayer and Baden-Württemberg.

Already in the Middle Ages, spelt was a fundamental ingredient for bread-making. Afterwards, for almost a century, it was almost forgotten, as spelt,...

The origins of spelt

Already in the Middle Ages, spelt was a fundamental ingredient for bread-making. Afterwards, for almost a century, it was almost forgotten, as spelt, contrary to wheat, does not react well to fertilisers, and was therefore less profitable.

Spelt is particularly well protected against vermin and fungal diseases by its strong husk, thus needing way less pesticides and other ripening agents than...

Maturation

Spelt is particularly well protected against vermin and fungal diseases by its strong husk, thus needing way less pesticides and other ripening agents than wheat.

Spelt is harvested in July and August, and is carried out by slowly threshing it with large combine harvesters.

Harvesting

Spelt is harvested in July and August, and is carried out by slowly threshing it with large combine harvesters.

Spelt is closely related to wheat, and the two grains have even been interbred. However, spelt is richer in fibre, and more nutrient-dense than wheat.

Spelt vs. wheat

Spelt is closely related to wheat, and the two grains have even been interbred. However, spelt is richer in fibre, and more nutrient-dense than wheat.

Spelt semolina is produced through the delicate milling of whole spelt grains, which are ground and separated into different components. Spelt flour and...

Spelt semolina is produced through the delicate milling of whole spelt grains, which are ground and separated into different components. Spelt flour and semolina are two of them!

Questions about questions Organic spelt semolina

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How do I use spelt semolina?

Spelt semolina is super versatile, and can be employed in countless recipes – both sweet and savoury. If you are a fan of the classics, you must use our organic spelt semolina to cook a delicious spelt semolina pudding, on which semolina bars can be a more original take. Even if you prefer savoury dishes, spelt semolina will not let you down: your casseroles and dumplings are going to come out amazingly!

Do you have a quick recipe with spelt semolina?

We were just waiting for you to ask. There you go, our favourite vegan spelt semolina recipe: warm up 200 ml of oat milk, to which you are going to add 25 g of semolina and a packet of vanilla sugar only once the milk has come to a boil. Let the mix cook for a few minutes, then remove the pot from the stove and let the pudding cool down. When slightly cooler, you can top the spelt pudding with fruits, cinnamon, and sugar - enjoy!

How many calories do 100 g of spelt semolina have?

100 g of spelt semolina have 338 calories.

What are the nutritional values of spelt semolina?

100 g of spelt semolina have the following nutritional values: 64 g of carbohydrates, 1,8 g of fat, 13 g of protein, and 7,6 g of fibre.

Is spelt semolina suitable for babies?

In principle, you can use our organic spelt semolina for your baby's food; you can try cooking a simple semolina pudding, for example. But, as we have not tested our spelt semolina according to the guidelines for baby food, we cannot take the responsibility of recommending it for your infant children.

Can I use spelt semolina to replace wheat semolina?

Yes, you can use our spelt semolina in any recipe that involves wheat semolina. As it is quite common for people to be intolerant to wheat, spelt can be a great alternative to it!

Is this spelt semolina organic?

Yes, our semolina is made of organically grown spelt.

Is this spelt semolina vegan?

Yes, our spelt semolina is made of 100 % spelt and contains no animal products; it is therefore naturally vegan.

Is spelt semolina alkaline?

No, our spelt semolina is not suitable for an alkaline diet.

Can I use spelt semolina in savoury recipes?

Our spelt semolina can be used for a variety of savoury dishes - casseroles, for example.

Does spelt semolina contain gluten?

Spelt is not gluten-free. If you suffer from celiac disease, or have a gluten intolerance, spelt semolina is unfortunately not for you.

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What do the others say? Organic spelt semolina

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All the reviews "Organic spelt semolina | 1,5 kg"

R
11 Jul 2021
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Breakfast

Extremely positively surprised.
Gladly again as breakfast and it is really much.

A
16 Jun 2021
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Perfect as a stock

delicious spelt semolina in a large package. Perfect for the stock. Tastes very good.

L
3 Jun 2021
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Spelt semolina at last

Top quality

A
6 May 2021
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Tastes good and lasts (at least with me)

Tastes good and keeps (at least with me) very long. Thus saves garbage and the schlepperei when shopping. Clear reason to buy this semolina.

A
29 Apr 2021
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Good quality Great that it is not in

Good quality
Great that it is not packed in plastic

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