Greenwheat Freekeh Cracked
400 g
Grown and picked in Australia, Greenwheat Freekeh is perfect for today's healthy lifestyle. Made with a unique drying and roasting process to give this low-gluten grain a delicious nutty taste and satisfying texture. Harvested when young, it provides more protein, fibre, vitamins, minerals and prebiotic benefits than mature wheat.

Enjoy as a side dish, in soups, salads or vegetarian meals. It also makes a great breakfast option.

  • GMO Free
  • Low GI
  • High Fibre
  • Sourced directly from Australia

Ingredients: Cracked green wheat grown without pesticides or herbicides. Free of preservatives. Contains wheat.

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Clara: more than a year ago

I've been having problems eating quinoa lately, after eating it for years, it really hurts my stomach. I enjoyed the taste and the health benefits of quinoa so I was pretty bummed that I couldn't eat it anymore. My co worker told me about freekah and that it has more protein than quinoa and was kind of the same idea, so I tried it. LOVE IT. I am excited to use it in so many more recipes! I have only tried the Cracked Greenwheat Freekah but would like to try the Whole Greenwheat Freekah next.

Arlene: more than a year ago

Excellent rice sub... lots of Fibre. Very low Gluten.. as harvested and roasted when young / green. Grown in Australia.. no pesticides/ herbicides/ Non GMO... Love this as a side dish .. or in a salad with diced raw veggies and lemon & EVO dressing. Tastes more like a wild rice than a wheat grain. Love this brand.. and the container can be used for other items ( such as tea bags ).. when empty. Happy to see this product offered from the amazing !

Monique: more than a year ago

What a pleasant surprise!!!!! I will always have this product in my cupboard!!!!!!!! I'm the same as Rick, I also purchased the whole grain kind, but haven't yet tried it.

Rick: more than a year ago

Love it. Only used it twice so far, as a side dish and in chicken soup, and it was awesome both times. Bought the whole grain too but haven't tried it yet. But I'm sure I'll be buying both regularly from now on.

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