Tropical Traditions Organic Einkorn Wheat Berries | Giveaway Closed

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Organic Einkorn Wheat Berries

Actual Einkorn Berries

Sprout them, crack them, grind them...

Einkorn wheat is an ancient grain also known as wild wheat or the mother of wheat.  
This delicious ancient grain can be used in place of modern wheat for cooking, sprouting and baking.

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Inez M
our awesome winner!
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CLARIFICATION: Currently, GM wheat is not commercialized. It's not yet found in everyday foods. But the GMO industry is trying to commercialize it while skipping any real safety testing and buying off regulators to declare it safe. GM corn, of course, is already widely used in foods, as is GM soy. But GM wheat is not yet in the food supply. If we don't resist the domination of the biotech industry, however, it soon will be. ~ Natural News
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Comments

  1. I might use it instead of rice but not really sure - that would be the fun part

    meikleblog at gmail dot com

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  2. I would like to try using this product in my bread making efforts!

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  3. I would like to sprout them and maybe try sprouted bread!

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  4. I like to cook them and use them in energy bars; I like to make cracked wheat cereal for breakfast; I like them in salad; sprouting them- I have sprout jars and make sprouts for several purposes!!!

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  5. I think they'd be a wonderful addition to soup (instead of pearl barley.)
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  6. I ise einkorn ground for bread making, & muffins, & cookies! Excited to try sprouting since I just got a juicer for Christmas and recipes call for wheat grass! So excited to see this giveaway!

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  7. I'm always trying new grains for breakfast cereals.

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  8. I would try making bread

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  9. I would definitely use this for making bread!

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  10. I would try putting some in a coconut oil/chocolate fudge recipe for some crunch. :-)

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  11. I would love to give this a try :)

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  12. Thanks for holding another giveaway!

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  13. I have wanted to try the Einkhorn wheat for a few months now. I went gluten free a few months ago and I've been very curious about how my body would respond to this product. I really miss making some of my traditional Caribbean recipes that call for flour. I'm eager to try them out with the Einkhorn wheat!!! Thanks ^_^

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  14. I like to make crackers and bread. I'd grind some rough, and some more fine as flour. I'd also sprout some and use them in the crackers & bread and for anything else!!

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  15. I have completely stopped buying bread from the grocery store and am resolved to make fresh bread at least every other day. Fresh Einkorn Pita Bread is on heavy rotation in my house so I would use the berries for that as well as for all my other baking endeavors!

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  16. thank you so much for the freebies if I win yay me and thank you if I dont win yay for who did grind it into some flour and make some bread or muffins :)

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  17. I would love to make homemade sourdough bread with the einkorn berries!

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  18. I'd try them in cookies/bars!

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  19. I think I would try them in soup.

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  20. I make bread and would like to try it in my recipes.

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  21. Creamy Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars Recipe from their website sounds amazing and it has a gluten-free version that uses this wheat!

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  22. I cannot use wheat,so I would use it to make bread.

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  23. Great Product, thank you so much!I appreciate it.

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  24. I like to cook up the berries and then have them in salad, in yogurt, also to make them coarsely ground and have as cooked cereal, add to ingredients for baking bread

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  25. 20th correct tweet link - https://twitter.com/Vesper1931/status/292992858745606146

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  26. Thanks again-great product! I appreciate it.

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  27. WONDERFUL GIVEAWAY,THANK YOU!HAVE A GREAT DAY!

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  28. Both of your photos, the seedheads and the sprouts, are of T. aestivum modern wheat!! Are you selling einkorn or modern wheat??
    Concerned,
    Eli

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  29. Eli...Watch the video for the actual grain. The first photo is stock, the second is from Tropical Traditions. The actual product is shown in the video. I am not selling anything, this is a Tropical Traditions product and I am a blogger hosting a giveaway.

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  30. I just took a photo of the actual berries for you Eli...It is where the sprout photo was located...These are the actual berries given to me by Tropical Traditions (For your inspection).

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