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Young Living Gary's True Grit Einkorn Berries

Einkorn Berries offer the whole einkorn kernel, which can be ground into traditional einkorn flour, cooked into a hot cereal or spring salad, and provide unique flavor and texture to new recipes and traditional favorites your whole family will love.

Options: 5lb

$2270

ABOUT

Einkorn Berries contains whole einkorn kernels for a delicious and healthy way to enjoy one of the world’s oldest grain varieties. Einkorn berries, which have a lower gluten content than modern wheat varieties and contain just 14 chromosomes compared to modern wheat’s 42, can be used in a variety of recipes. You can cook them into hot cereal, add them to a spring salad, grind them into traditional einkorn flour, use them to provide flavor and texture in both family favorites and new recipes, and more. 

    FEATURES & BENEFITS

    • Offers the whole einkorn kernel

    • Known as one of the oldest grain varieties

    • Unique genetic codes give einkorn a lower gluten content than modern wheat varieties

    • Non-GMO

    • Contains 14 chromosomes, compared to modern wheat with 42 chromosomes

    • Can be used in various recipes

    SUGGESTED USES

    • Cook (see directions below) and enjoy hot

    • Grind into traditional einkorn flour

    • Can be used in various recipes

    Basic Cooking Instructions

    Yield: 3 cups

    Ingredients: 1½ cups einkorn berries, 3 cups water

    Bring 3 cups of water to a rolling boil. Add 1½ cups of einkorn berries and simmer on low for 25–30 minutes. Stir and enjoy!

    SAFETY

    Contains wheat (einkorn). Manufactured in a facility that also processes dairy, wheat, tree nuts, and soy. This is not a ready-to-eat food; it should be fully cooked before consumption.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    INGREDIENTS

    Einkorn (Triticum monococcum) berries