Cous Cous OrganicCous Cous Organic
Cous Cous is produced from Durum Wheat. This hard wheat is milled to remove the bran and germ. The remaining endosperm, known as semolina, is crushed and then processed with water and flour before being sieved to form Cous Cous. This Certified Organic Cous Cous has contains no preservatives or artificial additives. Cous Cous has a light natural wheat flavour and a golden colour. Quick and easy to prepare, organic Cous Cous is a versatile addition to the pantry.
This Freekeh is made from Australian grown soft, young durum wheat grain. The term Freekeh refers to the process of preparing the grain which has been practiced in the Mediterranean for over 1000 years. Wheat is harvested while still green, then parched and roasted. This creates a unique sweet, slightly smokey flavour and a tender texture. Non GMO, with no artificial additives; this 100% natural, award winning freekeh has been analysed and declared free of pesticide residues. Versatile, scrumptious and easy to cook freekeh is great as a side dish, or can be added to a wide variety of recipes from breakfast to dinner.
Organic MilletOrganic Millet
Millet is a grass plant that is widely grown as a cereal crop, originating in Africa and the Indian sub-continent thousands of years ago. This Certified Organic hulled White French millet is Australian grown without the use of synthetic fertilisers or pesticides, has no preservatives and is non GMO.Millet has a subtle, slightly nutty flavour and can be easily cooked so that it is light and fluffy or until deliciously creamy. Versatile and convenient millet is great for breakfast, baking, desserts and savoury recipes.
Organic Pearled BarleyOrganic Pearled Barley
Pearled barley is barley grain that has been processed to remove the outer hull and bran. This Australian grown and processed Pearl Barley is Certified Organic, has no added preservatives and is non GMO. Organic Pearled Barley is a hearty, tasty grain with a light nutty flavour and delightful chewy texture. It is great in soups, hotpots and stir-fries.