Veggie Authentic Bloc Natur – Spelt (6 kilograms)

Packshot of the Veggie Authentic Bloc Natur Spelt - 6.000gr

Spelled is an old cereal that has come back in the spotlight, especially in the organic sector because of the favorable cultivation conditions: spelled requires less fertilization, is more resistant to diseases and has a hard grain with a high protein content.

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Ingredients

80% spelled flour *, 20% whole grain spelled flour *

Nutritional values

Energy 530 kJ / 127 kcal
Fats 2.16 g, of which saturated fatty acids 0.7 g
Carbohydrates 2.3 g, of which sugars & lt; 0.20 g
Fiber 1.38 g
Proteins 23.8 g
Salt 0.005 g

Content & Storage Info

Store in a dark and cool place at a maximum of 7 ° C.

*Organic
May contain traces of celery, mustard, sesame seeds, nuts

Contains no: aromas, flavor enhancers, added sugar, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil and added (chemical) vitamins.

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“I often use seitan when I dice it so that it resembles diced meet. Dishes such as ´Seitan Stroganoff´ and ´Züri Seitan-Geschnätzi´ all gain from the firm texture and from the slightly sweet taste of the seitan”

“The soya sauce has a very distinct taste, in which the product is mostly offered already marinated. To me this taste forms a harmonious combination with other ingredients. I rinse the seitan well before using it, so that the aroma does not dominate and I add salt sparingly”