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Gehu khapli (flour)

 200.00 1,000.00
Why you need to switch to Khapli (Emmer) Wheat today?   This long grain Cereal is grown with Natural Farming (ZBNF) principles without any use of Chemicals and Fertilizers by a marginal farmer in Maharashtra who produces only a limited quantity.   It is low in Gluten and rich in Fibre which suits diabetics who cannot live without home made Rotis and a great option for all Pasta-addicts.   Therapeutic benefits for considering Emmer Wheat : - Low Gluten content - Low Glycemic Index - Lowers Blood Sugar Levels - Lowers Lipid Levels - High Fiber and Protein content - Rich in Magnesium, Niacin and Iron - Rich with Anti Oxidants
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Gehu khapli (grains)

 200.00 1,000.00
Why you need to switch to Khapli (Emmer) Wheat today?   This long grain Cereal is grown with Natural Farming (ZBNF) principles without any use of Chemicals and Fertilizers by a marginal farmer in Maharashtra who produces only a limited quantity.   It is low in Gluten and rich in Fibre which suits diabetics who cannot live without home made Rotis and a great option for all Pasta-addicts.   Therapeutic benefits for considering Emmer Wheat : - Low Gluten content - Low Glycemic Index - Lowers Blood Sugar Levels - Lowers Lipid Levels - High Fiber and Protein content - Rich in Magnesium, Niacin and Iron - Rich with Anti Oxidants
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Sattu flour (stone ground)

 150.00
Flaxseeds are farmer sourced from the affluent state of Bihar where a group of farmers practice Regenerative Agriculture. Sattu flour is made from indigenous variety Bengal Gram/Chana. The chana is smaller in size when compared to other market varieties. Indigenous Bengal gram is slightly roasted. It is then broken into pieces. The Chana is powdered by slow grinding using a stone grinder. This Atta is extremely nutritious and also has cooling properties. Sattu is a great source of insoluble fiber, protein, iron, calcium, magnesium and manganese. Using Sattu flour :
  • Sattu powder mixed in buttermilk or water.
  • Add to your thali peeth/theplas/parathas.
Sattu is used to make dough balls called "litti" and is part of the famous dish in Bihar called "Litti Chokha".
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