Ancient grains have remain unchanged over the last several hundred years. These grains have more nutritional value than refined modern grains. Ancient grains are rich in protein, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants.
Red Himalayan Rice
Red himalayan rice is a dark red rice that has a nutty earthy flavor with a enjoyable chewy texture. This variety of rice is high in fiber and has similar health benefits as brown rice. Red himalayan rice can be served as a main dish, side dish or as a part of other meals.
Israeli Couscous is a type of pasta shaped into small rice like balls. The unique texture of Couscous allows it to absorb flavors, allowing it to add unique flavors to any dish it is served with. Preparations and serving options are similar to other pastas or rice.
Black Forbidden Rice
Black forbidden rice contains iron, vitamin E and antioxidants. The dark purple color of this rice is due to it's anthocyanin content. Similar to brown rice, black rice has significant amounts of fiber with a mild nutlike taste. Black rice works well for creating noodles, breads, rice cakes and several desserts.
Farro grain is a whole grain similar to other whole grains such as quinoa or barley. This grain has the taste of brown rice with the added benefit of being nuttier and a pleasant chewy texture. Farro grain is very low in fat, cholesterol free, a source of iron and is high in fiber. Farro grain can be used in a soup, as a side dish or a key component of a salad.
Organic Red Quinoa
Our organic red quinoa is grown pesticide free and offers enhanced nutrition. This quinoa has a fluffy texture with a nutty flavor. This quinoa can be used as a main dish, in salads, soups and more.
Organic White Quinoa
Organic white quinoa offers a softer texture and more mild flavor than the other variations of quinoa. Grown without the use of pesticides and rich with nutrition this food is a benefit to your health and a tasty meal. White quinoa can be served as a main dish, in salads, soups or with other dishes.