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Exploring ancient wisdom with sprouted grains

Sprouted foods have emerged as a major trend over the last few years and based on the steadily growing range of sprouted grain products on supermarket shelves in Australia, this trend is here to stay. But the process isn’t a new one – in fact, its thought the history of sprouting goes back 5,000 years … Continue reading

What’s all the fuss about ancient grains?

You can’t have failed to notice the recent media hype given to a group of little grains, commonly referred to as ‘ancient grains’ and which are frequently touted as being considerably more nutritious than traditional grains such as wheat, oats and rye – more than likely to justify their often considerable price tags. These trendy … Continue reading

What’s trending in grains?

By Alexandra Locke After a 30% drop in grains consumption in 2014 (1) and plenty of talk about the benefits of the paleo, diet, the dangers of gluten and the plus side to cutting carbs, we’re now seeing a shift in media perspective,  with a much  more positive outlook for grains overall! With the right … Continue reading

‘Ancient’ super grains

Add nutritional variety to your diet Grain–based foods make an essential contribution to the diet of Australians. Wheat, oats and rice predominate but interest is increasing in ‘ancient’ grains such as quinoa. Ancient grains such as quinoa, amaranth and millet are often referred to as ‘super grains’ – a reputation that stems from their excellent … Continue reading

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