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LIVINGLIVING MAKING CARBS COUNT

Everyone should be eating more grains! Full of protein and fibre,

grains such as quinoa, spelt, freekeh, rice and wheatberries are a

great way to make your diet more diverse and healthy.

DON'T FREEKAH OUT

FREEKAH IN! Healthy cooks claim

less-domesticated

(and less-processed)

ancient grains might

be easier for our

bodies to digest, while chefs find that the

textures and flavors of ancient grains make

their food more vibrant and interesting. If

you like quinoa then give freekah a try - it

has similar health and flavour benefits but

is easier to cook.

Historical traces of freekeh date back

to ancient Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and

Syria. The story goes that in 2300 B.C., a

nation in the Eastern Mediterranean was

anticipating an attack on their city. Worried

about losing their crops and starving, they

picked the early green heads of wheat and

stored them. Unfortunately, the city came

under fire and their green wheat was

burnt. The people, not ready to throw out

their food supply, rubbed the wheat heads

and found the grain to be very edible.

Pronounced 'free-kah', the Arabic

name translates to 'to rub', or 'the rubbed

one', referring to the process by which

freekeh is made, not the grain variety.

Freekeh is not an actual grain; there

is no such thing as a freekeh plant The

'freekeh' process starts by picking young

green grains, most commonly wheat, then

parching, roasting and rubbing the grain of

the wheat head. As grains are harvested

young, they retain the maximum nutritional

value, plus the best flavor and texture.

Freekah sweet and spicey warm salad from Grains as Mains

by Laura Agar Wilson. Click image to download recipe PDF.

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