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 KAMUT flour is versatile - pizza crust, bread, rolls, pancakes, waffles, pastries and pastas! 

About KAMUT Khorasan Wheat:

“Buttery rich, nutty flavor” are the superlatives we hear most often when people describe why they love KAMUT brand khorasan wheat products. This ancient grain has a wide variety of uses. It’s great in baked goods, breakfast cereals and pasta. We sell KAMUT as a whole grain, whole grain flour and white flour. Just use KAMUT flour in place of, or mixed with, wheat flour in your favorite recipe to add flavor, color and nutrients. Sprouters tell us the flavor of juice from KAMUT wheat grass is much sweeter than ordinary wheat. KAMUT wheat is higher in protein than ordinary wheat and has more essential lipids and amino acids. 

Every kernel of KAMUT brand khorasan wheat is certified organic.  We contract with family farmers to grow organically certified KAMUT wheat mostly in Montana because this environment most nearly duplicates its ancestral environment in Egypt. Because KAMUT wheat has never been hybridized with any modern wheat varieties it is ideally suited for organic production. Test plots show it responds best to natural fertilizer like “green manure” (legumes that take nitrogen from the air and put them into the soil) rather than commercial – natural gas manufactured – nitrogen fertilizer.

Of course, KAMUT wheat has never had its genetic makeup altered artificially so it is always free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs also called genetically engineered, GE). We’ve never even tried to improve the grain through “natural” plant breeding techniques. KAMUT wheat comes naturally to you as nature intended it. 

Here's some testimonials received by people who have used Kamut:

T. S. - Kamut makes wonderful pasta and pizzas. It also makes the best pancakes and waffles ever. I have also made lots of bread with Kamut and it is by far the best tasting whole grain bread. I have not experimented with cooked Kamut in salads and risottos but I plan to give it a try. My grandson's first real food was Kamut bread. He loves it. You can't go wrong with Kamut!

Terri T. - I use soft white wheat for hot breakfast cereal, in wheat chili and cracked wheat cookies. I can shorten softening time with this wheat and it tastes just 'yummier'. 

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