Organic Kamut Berries

24 oz bag

Retail Price: $3.95


Our Price: $2.95 (Save 25%)

24 oz bag

Why You’ll Love It

Travel back in time with Kamut grain, an ancient variety of wheat that was only recently rediscovered by modern-day farmers. The history of this ancient wheat grain is a bit mysterious. Some say that Noah brought Kamut kernels along on the ark, hence the nickname “Prophet’s Wheat.” Others call Kamut grain “King Tut’s Wheat,” claiming it was found in the tomb of an Egyptian pharaoh. Though its origins are debated, there’s no arguing the fact that Kamut® wheat is healthy and delicious.
SKU: 039978009418

About This Brand

Bob’s Red Mill believes in good food for all. Whether it’s wholesome oat flour, energizing quinoa, or chewy shredded coconut, they aim to bring plentiful options for living a healthy lifestyle. You’ll not only find an array of helpful baking and cooking ingredients, but also a line of similar options without the gluten for those who suffer from gluten intolerance or Celiac disease. The possibilities are truly endless when you bring some of their items into the kitchen! Take notice that all of Bob’s Red Mill products are packaged in clear bags. Their commitment to truth, honesty, and integrity even comes into play with how it’s viewed on the shelf, allowing people to see the quality right before their very eyes. About Bob Moore of Bob’s Red Mill As the name suggests, Bob’s Red Mill was founded by Bob himself—Bob Moore. Just take a quick glance at any of the products and see his face right on the front. Although the company has an extensive list of food items, Bob has always...
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Ingredients

Organic Kamut berries.


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Serving Size 1/4 cup (46g) Servings Per Container 14

Amount Per Serving

Calories 160 Calories from Fat 10

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 1g 0.02
Saturated Fat 0g 0
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0
Sodium 0mg 0
Total Carbohydrate 32g 0.11
Dietary Fiber 4g 0.16
Sugars 4g
Protein 7g 0.14

Vitamin A 0
Vitamin C 0
Calcium 0.02
Iron 0.1

Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts, soy, wheat, and milk.

Reviews For Organic Kamut Berries

Based on 9 Reviews

Wonderful grain!

I think this is the best grain! I love the taste, texture and most of all, I don't feel bloated after eating them like I do sometimes when I eat rice or some other grain. I also soak them over night and cook for an hour.

- Jiwon

My new favorite

It was my first time trying these, and I loved them!!! Put them over salad and added to stir fry

- jessica

New product for me

I really Like the texture and taste of this new product..I did soak over night..Yummy

- Patrick

Great Grain

If you have the time to cook this grain it is worth the wait. Similar to a barley in texture. High in fiber and protein. A good supplement to many meals

- Becky

Forgot to soak them

If you have time and remember to soak these then they are really good. I made the mistake of NOT soaking them and they came out crunchy sort of like uncooked rice or under cooked rice. (or pasta) It was not fun. But when cooked right, this is really a great side dish.

- NinNin

Better than rice!

I was on the hunt for a new grain source when I found Kamut Berries on Thrive market and at a great price. We tired them and the whole family loves them! I soaked them overnight similar to how I would beans and lentils and then cooked them and it came out really well! I like to use an all seasoning on this for some added flavor.

- B. Dodd

Filling and delicious

Great way to round out a meal! You do need to soak them and plan ahead, but they're a great texture

- Kelly

Kamut

I love this new wheat berry. I substitute,it,for all pastas. Our market it costs 1 pound for $6 !

- Lynda

Kamut Berries - Surprise!!

New to Forks Over Knives and experimenting with lots of grains. Soaked the kamut berries for 24 hours, then cooked them for about 90 minutes, adding water as needed. Added them to pinto bean veggie burgers. Wow! Was I surprised. They added great texture to the burgers. Then we had them with cannellini beans and a veggie medley. Great taste and texture. Just need to soak and simmer. The Thrive price makes this a dark-horse winner.

- linda

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