WHAT IT DOES - FOOD
Spelt is rich in nutrients with a broader spectrum that most grains. It is higher in protein, fat and fibre than most wheat varieties. One of its most important factors is its highly water-soluble fibre, which dissolves easily and allows nutrients to be efficiently taken up by the body.
Spelt is an excellent source of manganese and a good source of fibre, phosphorus, Vitamin B3 (niacin), magnesium, protein and copper.
HOW TO USE
Add rolled spelt to your favourite bread (replace 1/2 flour with 3/4 cup rolled spelt) for a great texture and improved nutrition.
Anzac Biscuits - swap with oats or mix half half with oats for a fuller flavoured biscuit with added nutritional qualities.