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Ancient Grain Khorasan Wheat Berries - 5 Gallon Life Latch® Screw Top Pail - 35 lb. (limit of 1)
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Ancient Grain Khorasan Wheat Berries - 5 Gallon Life Latch® Screw Top Pail - 35 lb. (limit of 1)

35 lb. Pail – We package the Khorasan Wheat in a 5 Gallon Life Latch® Screw Top Pail that has a moisture resistant, air-tight seal that will protect your stored grain for many years to come.

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Khorasan Wheat is an ancient grain that hasn’t been hybridized in modern history.  The source of this grain is traced back to the Fertile Crescent, and is thought to be a close relative of durum wheat.  It is a tetraploid, which means it is a cross of two ancient diploid grasses and has 4 chromosome sets.

In the past, we have tried to provide Khorasan Wheat that has been grown in North America, but due to the vast contamination of certified organic grains in the US and Canada, by the known carcinogen, glyphosate, we had to open our search to other areas of the world.  We found some Khorasan Wheat grown on an organic farm in Italy that tested to be free of glyphosate, and have sold this Italian Khorasan Wheat for the past few years.

But now we have found a source of Khorasan Wheat that is not grown in Montana or the Dakotas where the grains we have tested consistently test positive for glyphosate, including organic grains.  Our source is a single farm in Washington State, and a sample of their most recent harvest of Khorasan Wheat was tested with no traces of glyphosate. 

The berry of Khorasan Wheat is roughly twice the size of modern wheat varieties and the flavor is described as rich and nutty.  Khorasan Wheat contains gluten, but many with gluten sensitivities have found Khorasan Wheat to be more easily digested than modern wheat.

Khorasan Wheat is an excellent source of protein, fiber, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B1 (thiamin), and vitamin B3 (niacin).  It is also high in many minerals such as selenium, copper, manganese, and molybdenum.

Khorasan Wheat contains several polyphenols that have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.  It is particularly high in carotenoids, which likely gives the Khorasan grain and flour its rich golden color.

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Sandra G.
United States United States

Love the khorasan berries!

Previous to receiving our pail of khorasan berries, we were enjoying baked goods make from purely einkorn. When substituted about 40% of khorasan, our bread was still delicious, but with an added softer crumb, more akin to modern sourdough than the denser rye we had from einkorn. Both equally satisfying. Nice to have the choice of TWO wonderful options!