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100% Organic KAMUT® wheat

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$13.40
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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**

 

NOT A READY TO EAT FOOD


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  1. Kamut for Wheat Intolerance 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2020

    It is my understanding that Kamut is one of the wheat types that was not affected by the genetic modifications of the 1970's which shortened the stem and enlarged the head, but created the wheat intolerance that many people, including myself, exhibit. I have been grinding the 'berries' into flour and making bread for several years and am symptom free. Thank you for the consistent quality!


  2. its amazing service and product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Aug 2020

    The shipping arrives in like three days where I live ( Puerto Rico) and the product itself it’s amazing. It has a distinct taste than your regular wheat and it has like this soft texture compared to regular wheat. I really like this product and it’s at an affordable price.


  3. Great wheat grain for milling. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Aug 2020

    A grain that has not been messed with. Makes a wonderful loaf of bread that is tasty and healthy.


  4. Makes Beautiful Loaves 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jul 2020

    This is my 3rd 50 lb bag of Kamut from Montana Flour. Every shipment has been full of unbroken healthy berries.

    I grind every Saturday to bake bread for the upcoming week: Sandwich bread, pizza dough, sourdough bread even cracked for Bulgar wheat. I've been pleased with it all.

    My family has relied on you for more than a year now. Thanks for providing a great product.


  5. Best flavored Kamut on the market! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jul 2020

    This creates a very soft and delicous nutty tasting bread. I combine it with organic hard red spring wheat.


  6. 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.


  7. 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.


  8. 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!


  9. Delicious 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Apr 2020

    This flour makes delicious sourdough bread.


  10. 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.


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