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    Hemp Seed Hearts

    $ 20
    Source: Hawaii

    Cannabis Sativa

    Hemp seeds are a perfect protein, with a balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Slightly nutty, they complement micro greens and fish, and make a nutrient rich addition to bread.

     

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    $ 20

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    Mahleb Grains

    From: $ 12

    Prunus mahaleb

    Mahleb grains are the inner seed of the pit from a particular species of cherry cultivated in the Middle East and Balkans. They taste of bitter almond and cherry, and are used for holiday pastries and sweet yeast bread, sometimes with sesame and honey.

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    rolled oats

    From: $ 6
    Source: Europe

    Avena sative

    Rolled oats are hulled oat grotes that are then steamed and pressed into flat flakes. Commonly used for porridge and granola they add great texture to baked goods, including gluten free bread.

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    1lb, 5lb

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    Rye Berries, Whole

    $ 8
    Source: Turkey

    Secale cereal

    This sage green seed is the principle bread grain in Northern Europe. When ground it makes dark, dense bread that pairs well with currants and honey and can also be used whole like wheat or spelt berries.

    Weight

    1lb

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    Amaranth

    From: $ 15
    Source: Peru

    Amaranthus

    Amaranth is an ancient, high protein and gluten-free seed. It has a slight nutty chard-like flavor, and can be cooked as porridge, toasted, or sprouted for bread.

    Weight 1 lbs
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    Barley Grits

    From: $ 10

    Hordeum vulgare

    Barley grits have a creamier, nuttier flavor than corn grits, and pair well with poultry and in stews.

    Weight 1 lbs
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    Black Barley

    From: $ 15
    Source: Ethiopia

    Hordeum vulgare

    Black barley is nuttier than white, with a coffee color that cooks to a deep mahogany. It can be toasted, or paired with other grains, fall squash, radish or herbs.

    Weight 1 lbs
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    Blue Grits

    From: $ 12
    Source: Georgia

    Zea mays

    These blue grits are made from freshly harvested blue corn, which has the fragrance of sweet corn and hints of chestnut. Soak overnight and stir while cooking, before adding a spoonful of butter at the end for perfect grits.

    Weight 1 lbs
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    Grits Speckled White

    From: $ 10
    Source: Georgia

    Zea mays

    White corn grits are slightly more delicate than yellow, with mineral and floral notes up front, supported by sweet cream aromas. These authentic southern grits have characteristic flecks of color in them. Soak overnight and stir while cooking, before adding a spoonful of butter at the end for perfect grits.

     

    Weight 1 lbs
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