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100% Organic KAMUT® wheat

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Use these beautiful long golden kernels of ancient heirloom grain as a pilaf, in soup, on salad or in your favorite chili recipe.


**Product is processed in a facility that contains wheat**



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  1. Golden deliciousness 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Jun 2020

    I soak & sprout these. Some I dehydrate & later grind for flour, and some I put in the fridge & eat with fruit, nuts, almond milk etc; instead of granola or processed cereal. Yum!
    Soaked 12-24 hours, these are also fantastic in a savory grain salad.
    My golden kamut bread is the most delicious - I can't imagine ever going back to store-bought bread.
    I also made German Hefe Kloesse - the best ever. Try it! Make a yeasted dough using honey as the sweetener/activator, add grated lemon rind & dash of salt. Instead of baking, steam! I tie muslin over a wide pot and simmer to steam. When done, crack open, pour melted butter over, then spoon on any juicy, slightly crushed fruit or berries. Blueberries (thaw frozen ones, add a little sweetener if desired) is a favorite. Super ripe apricots, strawberries, peaches etc would be amazing too. This was a favorite DINNER growing up! Now we eat it as dessert.

  2. Sprouted perfectly, few broken grains 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jun 2020

    I wanted grains that sprouted. They sprouted very well, and had so few broken grains that I was surprised. Would buy again.

  3. None better 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Apr 2020

    The Montana Kamut grains I received were the finest I have ever used. I bake leaven based country bread and flavor, texture and chew is vital to a good loaf. The Montana Kamut , when ground to flour at home and mixed into my country loaf, gives incredible nut and sweet characteristics associated with Kamut, only its superior to other Kamut grains I’ve used. I’ll continue to purchase this one!

  4. Delicious 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Apr 2020

    This flour makes delicious sourdough bread.

  5. Great heirloom wheat 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Apr 2020

    Very clean wheat. Hardly any chaff. Lovely taste. A happy medium between modern wheat and einkorn wheat, as the protein content of kamut falls in the middle. So I can bake "normal bread." Even with shipping costs it is still inexpensive.

  6. Best Grain for Baking 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Apr 2020

    I've been grinding my own wheat and baking for over 30 years. With minor adjustments to the grinder, this has become my favorite wheat for baking of all kinds. Thank you!

  7. Wonderful Grain 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Mar 2020

    Have used Kamut, also known as Khorasan Wheat, in breads, pancakes, waffles and other baked goods for decades. It's truly special. Nowadays, I usually add 20% Einkorn to my bread, and it's even more wonderful. Started getting it from wheatmontana.com - now with a new name. Always wonderful. Always great service.

  8. using it for atleast 5 years now 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Mar 2020

    have used the wheat berries for about 5 years or so. always good quality, shipped on time. just one thing the shipping cost are a lot.but guess worth it.

  9. Taking My Programs to a Higher Level 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jan 2020

    On a recommendation from someone in the Bread Bakers Guild of America, my wife and I ordered a 25 pound bag of Kamut. We do a food program for our congregation on what our ancient biblical ancestors ate and drank. Not only does the Kamut help to bring us a flavor of the most ancient biblical characters, when we used our Mock Mill 100 and did the finest grind the mill has, our entire kitchen bloomed into the most amazing aroma! The grain is clean, pure and takes us back to a time when it was hand ground and made fresh that day. We're sure it will inspire our congregation as it has inspired us.
    We will be buying the white Kamut for my Passover Matzah baking program soon.

  10. A wonderful food, for many reasons 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Jan 2020

    I leaned about this wheat from reading Bob Quinn’s wonderful book, Grain by Grain.

    I’ve tried a number of different heritage/ancient wheat grains over the years. Kamut is head and shoulders above the rest.

    I mill my own flour and use it in sourdough bread, with Kamut normally at about 40% +/- of total flour. At that level, I can still get that open crumb. It imparts a unique flavor and a yellowish hue to bread.

    I’ve also used it in waffles, pancakes, muffins and cookies, either at 100% or in some ratio with other flours. Its great there too.

    I haven’t tossed berries into a big pot of vegetable soup yet, but hope to soon. Doubt I’ll be disappointed.

    Its also feels good to buy a healthful, pure product that helps grain farmers avoid the industrial grain racket, where monopolies sell them inputs at high prices, and other monopolies buy their grain, at punishingly low prices.

    Even with shipping, the cost of this grain compares well with California prices for organic heritage/ancient grains at local stores.

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